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Everything I use to make my (digital) life a bit easier. I’ll update this fairly often.


Dell S3220DGF monitor.

Corsair Wired K100 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with HyperX Pudding Keycaps.

Corsair MM800 Polaris RGB Mouse Pad.


Custom build Windows 10 computer. Did I build it in… 2016? I hope I remember correctly. It still runs great, but I wish to build a new machine for the RGB lights alone!

Macbook Pro 16″ laptop from 2020. I love it so very much!

iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Apple Watch Series 9.

iPad Pro 12.9″ with the Logitech Combo Touch iPad Pro 12.9-inch Keyboard Case.

Listening to Jams

AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, and Beats Fit Pro.

When I want everyone to hear the jams, I use my Homepods.



Like everyone else, I’m sure, I use Visual Studio Code.

I go between the following themes: Shades of Purple and NightOwl.

I use the following extensions: Sensitive Replace, Prettier, Error Lens, and Firefox Debugger.

I use EditPad Lite on Windows.

I use Koala to compile SCSS.

All of the Programs

I use Putty on Windows and WebSSH on MacOS.

My preferred browser is Firefox. I’ll test everything in Chrome, though. I use Safari only on my iOS devices.

Apple Music for the jams.

Adobe Photoshop for damn near everything. Old habits die hard!

Filezilla for FTP.

Feedbin for RSS feeds.

Authy for 2FA.

1Password for my password manager. I previously used LastPass, but their security issues freaked me out.

On my Macbook

Bartender to manage my menu bar.

NepTunes to scrobble my Last.FM jams.

I used to use Alfred but switched to RayCast and loved it.

I switched from Magnet to Rectangle and am so glad I did.

Rocket can easily add emojis to anything and everything.

Photography Gear


Nikon D750. Before that, I used the Nikon D90 and Nikon D50.


Sigma 105mm 2.8 macro

Sigma 10-20mm 5.6 wide

Sigma 35mm 1.4

Nikon 50mm 1.4

Nikon 35mm 1.8

Nikon 85mm 1.8

Tamron 70-300 5.6 telephoto


Peak Design Tripod

Peak Design Clutch

Peak Design Slide

The Daniela – Full Grain Leather Simple Tote. I sometimes use this as a camera bag, primarily as my everyday purse. I love it and have gotten so many compliments on it!

The Kate 2.0 – Canvas + Full Grain Leather Messenger, when I want to carry a couple of lenses, doesn’t work well for holding all of my gear or my body plus lenses, though.

Crumpler 7 Million Photography Bag to hold absolutely everything! I got this bag in February of 2008, and it still has zero wear and tear. I wish they still sold it.

Giottos Mini Rocket-Air Blaster