I grew up in Colebrook, NH. If you don’t know where that is, don’t worry, no one else does either!
What was your first memory of using computers?
My first memory using a computer was around age two or three. My dad was teaching my brother and I how to play the original “Diablo” on our home computer. From that point on, I have always had a growing fascination with computers and what made them tick. Whenever there was an issue with a computer in the house, I would try my best to fix it, and if I didn’t know how, I’d do my best to learn!
When you’re not found in front of a computer you are…
When I’m not in front of a computer (which is rare), you can find me playing guitar, going on hikes, eating an unholy amount of food, or watching documentaries. Aside from those fantastic experiences, I tend to pick up and try new hobbies frequently, which means I can also be found attempting something I have no clue how to do!
What would you do if you had an extra 5 hours every week?
I would put those five hours per week into studying for technical certifications to continue to challenge myself in the world of IT. Eventually, I’d like to get into the world of Network Engineering, so any extra time I can put into pursuing that goal would be put to good use.
If you could go anywhere for an entire month, where would it be and what would you do (or why would you do it)?
If I could spend a month anywhere, I would travel around Europe. There’s a lot of great history there, especially revolving around World War II. I’ve always enjoyed reading and learning about World War II, so getting the chance to physically see many of the major landmarks and walk where some of the battles took place would be an amazing experience.
What are you most frequently heard listening to?
My music selection changes so often it would be difficult for me to say what I listen to the most. I can find an appreciation for any type of music, so whatever the radio DJ decides to play is good with me!