Each brings a different set of skills and experiences. As an entrant in the Pioneer Prize, you are invited to reach out to one or more for help.
in Brooklin/Salt Lake City
Eli is a web programmer and software architect. His career has led to working with high profile clients such as Discovery Channel, Authentic Management, Southern Utah Advertising, and CHG Healthcare. These opportunities arise from his need to go above and beyond on every project that he takes on. He looks at every project as an opportunity to push artistic and technical understanding to the next level. He loves to share that joy of excellence through training, mentoring, and contributing to the open-source community.
Fun fact: Eli has always had a passion for making beautiful things, whether it is an eloquent piece of code or a developer or user experience that feels just right. He loves creating software that viewers and users will not easily forget. Eli wants to leave people thinking to themselves; they have witnessed a little bit of magic.
System Administration and generalized Infrastructure-related topics, Scripting Languages such as PHP/Perl/Powershell/Bash, AWS/Cloud Service Implementation
Fun fact: I’m an outdoorsman and a gear head - everything from hunting and fishing to forrestry, and both cars and motorcycles.
in Deer Isle/Stonington
I have been teaching people of all ages about digital fabrication, engineering, and computer science for the past ten years, and am currently running Haystack Mountain School of Craft's Fab Lab program.
Fun fact: I have a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Education.
in In Blue Hill and NYC
Creative direction, content development for digital experiences have been at the core of my career in media at The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney magazine, and in my collaborative consulting projects. I love collaborating on an idea, from concept to finish.
Fun fact: Vermont-born, Maine-raised, NYC-educated, in my last full-time job I was overseeing creative development across three continents.