Sometime last year Adam asked me to throw a website together for him using the promo photos I had taken for him as a side project to making his business cards. "Sure, if I can make flyers for shows and business cards and run my own Squarespace website, I can definitely get a site going for you." But as we discussed Adam's vision, and as I explored enhancing my own website, it QUICKLY became apparent to me that there was so much I didn't know, so much I couldn't do - and so much magic out there to learn.
I started researching how to make changes to the CSS on Squarespace websites and fell down the rabbit hole. With the encouragement of a few super cool girlfriends who work in various avenues of programming, I started discovering what the heck Front-end Web Development is, and started running into questions faster than I could find answers. I decided I should roll up my sleeves and learn the basics of how a website is built.
Adam's website is far from it's final state, but it's a fun project to continue working on as I advance my skillset. Thanks to this guy, for asking me to do something I couldn't, but having faith that I'd figure it out.