I’ve worked as a software engineer in corporate America most of my career. What I’m focusing on now is website development using WordPress and am open to new clients, contracts and employment. If you want or have a website, you can hire me to do some design and content creation, fix any problems it might have, make some improvements, or give you some training.
I’m also a Certified Permaculture Designer. Organic gardening and edible landscaping have been my passion for years but now I’m doing it professionally. So if you want help or advice on improving your garden, I’ll be glad to do a walkabout with you free of charge.
Before moving to Brevard, I lived near Dallas GA and converted our pine tree forest back yard into an organic, permaculture-ish garden paradise with fruit trees, flowers, herbs, mushrooms and vegetables of all kinds. We grew heirloom plants and tomatoes, garlic and greens for the local farmers market in Marietta, GA and sold Hardy Kiwi and Musk Strawberry plants through an online store.
Growing up, my family used to go back to “the farm” for a couple of weeks every summer which instilled in me a love of country living, wholesome food and family. So I’m going back to my roots. My Russian-Canadian mum made sauerkraut and kvass and all kinds of traditional foods pretty much from scratch while I watched and helped. So, now I make Kombucha in 6 gallon batches, and have a continuous supply of Kefir and ‘Kraut.
I also am a very visual person so I love capturing photos and videos that tell a story. All the photos and videos on this website are mine.
Although this website is primarily to build credibility and promote my business venture, most of the content will be in my blog which could contain anything. You will also see some advertising and affiliate links which I get a trickle of money from.