Chuck combines marketing savvy with an intimate knowledge of World Wide Web programming. His HTML programming talents turn client concepts into state-of-the art, captivating sites on the Internet.
In 1986, Chuck was put in charge of marketing and development of the workshop program at World Game Projects, Inc., a small, non-profit organization with two or three volunteers. By the end of 1989, the newly redesigned World Game Institute had conducted over 100 events in that year alone. Today WGI has affiliates in Japan and New Zealand, and regular clients include Chase Manhattan Bank and Motorola.
In 1993 Chuck returned to Bellingham, where he was WGI's Pacific Northwest Regional Representative. He does much of SPIE's web programming, including many of its conference programs. Some of his other webmaster credits include the Bellingham Whatcom Economic Development Council, Whatcom Council of Governments, Wayland Marine, Ltd., and The Sheehan World.
As a team they bring to the Pacific Northwest a full-service, turn-key approach to getting businesses and organizations hooked into the fastest growing technological breakthrough in the history of the planet.
Media Synergy, Inc.