As a young child, I was always drawing and painting, especially scenes of the outdoors. I could spend hours in the craft sections of stores looking at all the paints, brushes, pens and paper. Then in 1997, we got connected to the internet. Once that happened, I became creative with the computer. The first week, I figured out how to design a website for our horse farm. I found a new passion! Now I could create pretty things on the computer. From that first website, I’ve grown leaps and bounds and haven’t looked back. Constantly studying, learning and absorbing every bit of knowledge, I want to be up to date with the latest trends in website development.
I’m a graduate of LSU, with a degree in Education. Born into a family of several generations in the horse business, I know horses inside and out and all about buying and selling. Every summer, my entire life I’ve helped run my family’s riding stable in a busy tourist area and taking care of all the advertising and marketing. Being both knowledgeable in the livestock business and web development gives me an advantage over your normal website design company. I know how to market your farm or pet business to help you sale your horses and dogs. I absolutely love designing websites and enjoy talking to my clients about their sites. Pick up the phone or sent me a text or email, and I’ll take care of your needs as soon as I can.
Family is very important to me. I’m married with two grown children, a wonderful daughter-n-law and now have my first grandchild. We live on a farm in North Carolina that consists of Quarter Horses, Miniature Horses, Cattle, Australian Kelpie Cattle dogs, a barn cat and several chickens that keeps us with a ton of eggs to eat and cook!
I don’t watch much TV, but do love watching HGTV and the Food Network, which makes me want to redo my home all the time and I keep a huge notebook of recipes yet to be cooked and/or baked. Daily morning walks with my sister and mother is a habit we try to keep. I love being outdoors in gorgeous weather, working in my yard, and also share with my daughter a love for photography.