Who Am I?
Since the late 1990s, I've worked with data. Analyzing, querying, manipulating, and modeling data. I graduated with an accounting degree from Brigham Young University and also studied information systems. I focused my earliest professional efforts on conducting fraud investigations and litigation-related data analysis.
My early focus in fraud-related data work exposed me to the world of computer forensics, and in 2000, I became more involved in that exciting field.
Through the years, I have applied forensic principles to my projects, and I bring database technologies and knowledge to computer forensics. This combination spawned additional work in electronic discovery and the process, integration, and reporting challenges from that industry.
Data, obviously. More specifically, I enjoy the challenge of using data to solve problems and answer questions.
Beyond my professional interests, I enjoy cycling, bbq, photography, and a few other pursuits. I have a wonderful family and am active in my Church.