I'm a software developer and ski instructor from Toronto.
You can follow me on Instagram, for ski and dog pictures (and occasionally other adventures), or on Twitter, where (depending on the season) I talk about skiing, technology, and occasionally the Blue Jays.
My freelance and personal projects live at grmm.ca, and you can see some of my smaller projects on my Github profile. If you or your company need a custom software solution, you can contact me through grmm.ca. I specialize in web and iOS apps, but I'm more than happy to discuss any project.
If you use Bambora for payments or Xero for accounting, you should check out Konnector, a service that links credit card payment gateways with accounting software to automate bookkeeping. It's run in collaboration with Andrew Hansen.
As a CSIA certified Level 4 instructor, and Development Level CSCF coach, I work with skiers of all different levels of experience and ability. It's a fun gig. I spend a lot of my time on snow training and certifying other instructors, as a course conductor for the CSIA.
If you're interested in skiing with me, I'm available for private lessons through the Craigleith snow school, as well as the Ski Bees travelling club.
In the past I've spent my winters teaching at beautiful Big White Ski Resort, near Kelowna, BC. I highly recommend it, and the great ski school there.
The title photo of me was taken by the very talented Andrew Jay, who is responsible for many of the shots you see promoting Big White. He's also one of the great snowboard pros teaching at Big White.