My Day Job
When Radford told me my time there was up in July 2000, I took a job at The Martin Agency in downtown Richmond. What I didn't realize at that point was how lucky I had gotten. Working in the IT department as a resident Mac geek has been incredibly interesting and challenging. And, it's a really fun place to work. I can't imagine doing anything else.

Freelance Computer Consulting
With educators for parents, it's no surprise that I turned out to be a Mac enthusiast geek.

I began offering my computer consulting services when I began working at The Martin Agency in 2000. Since then, I've done "house calls" for a large percentage of the Mac-using population there in addition to many other clients obtained by word-of-mouth.

My services range from hardware and software support of Macintosh computers, home networks, and home entertainment systems. I've even been known to troubleshoot a PC. Once.

Contact me for references, rates, and services.

Freelance Web Development
In the fall of 1996, one of my computer science professors took a day and tought us all HTML. That was, quite possibly, the most important day in my college career. I quickly found that creating my own web sites was incredibly addicting and enjoyable. Since then, I've learned an awful lot and improved my skills as web technologies have changed. Today, I design, create, and maintain websites for a wide variety of clients: artists, interior designers, and businesses. I take my work very seriously, but I still have a lot of fun doing it.

Contact me for references, rates, and services.

© 2007 Jeff Pollard