Hi, I’m Chris. I’m a software developer living in Yokohama, Japan but originally from Chicago, Illinois.

I like designing and developing products, usually for iOS devices, but sometimes for macOS and the web. I started developing for iOS a little before the release of iOS 3.0 in 2009.

I’m interested in app architecture, UI and UX design, animation, and augmented reality.

I’ve alternated between company work and releasing apps independently. Several of my apps are open source on GitHub.

I’ve worked at recipe-sharing service Cookpad, social media nostalgia app Timehop, and revered hand-tool maker Klein Tools.

A few of my recent independent apps are Count Biki, for drilling numbers in Japanese; Goalie, a bespoke timetracking macOS app; and Vinylogue, a listening history app for last.fm.

I have a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

You can contact me via email or Mastodon or Twitter. Check out my open source projects on GitHub. I wouldn’t bother with LinkedIn, but I may respond to messages there some day.