Work × Ethics

Nous acceptons donc le qualificatif d’esthète, pour autant que nous croyons que le but dernier des sciences humaines n’est pas de constituer l’homme, mais de le dissoudre.

Levi-Strauss, 1962

Coding, transcribing, composition,
copy-editing, proofreading, preflight, subtitling…
+ more

Ordinarily, this kind of website would have illustrations of my work and testimonies regarding my performance and the such. Unfortunately, it looks like books qualify as a “tech” job and I’ve signed more Non-Disclosure Agreements than I can count. Otherwise, anyone could brag about correcting your spelling mistakes. So here’s me boasting about myself: I work quickly and efficiently, and I’m really good at what I do.

If you’re here for video games? I’ve worked on video games, and they’re marginally better at crediting folks.

I like working – I like the economy and value of work. I like managing valuable things, but also I don’t like quantifying stuff. Which is paradoxical, when you think about it, because I value my work more than I value what you’ll pay me for it. But what am I supposed to do? Hustle? That makes no sense to me. Think of me as a technological artisan.

If you value what you do, I will take good care of it: in fact, I will make it grow (and you with it).