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From my beginnings as a BASIC programmer on TRS-80 computer terminals to the first Macs I ever used (for scoring music in Finale), computers were always these cool things that allowed me to create even when I didn't know what I was doing.
I started working in the Music Mac Lab at Northwestern University, as part of my work study award. Troubleshooting for composers and music ed majors was my first taste of the "HOLY S#!T" part of creative work. You're not a real troubleshooter until you've done it with 30 minutes to spare before someone's final project.
The next dozen years or so were spent working for a downtown-based consultancy, racing all over the city to keep people working and deadlines being met. We were bought out, bought ourselves back, and moved into MSPville. Some of the best times of my career.
Sometimes, you just have to do it yourself. I moved on from the MSP, and started with outsourcing myself to a couple of kick-ass consultancies, helping with business building and Mac consulting while working to build my own company.
Our team specializes in Mac OS X, creative applications like Adobe CC and font management, music applications like Logic and Reason, and general networking and Apple hardware and software.