This site began as a place to share a few of my sketches, but as I fooled around with it, I decided to expand a bit to other areas of interest. My background actually has nothing to do with art. I studied undergraduate biology at UT Dallas, and got my M.S. in biomedical science at UNT Health Science Center. Professionally, most of my experience involves research, software development, and specialized analytic writing. I’ve spent the last two decades doing research and development for a software company and as an analyst in the public sector.
Feel free to leave some feedback on any of these pages or posts; that’s the best way to reach me, since I review and respond to every comment. I’ve removed the contact form that used to be on this page, but I have recently added discussion forums to the top navigation menu. You can join the forum by using the register button, or using an existing WordPress account. I’ve also added the ability to login using an existing Facebook or Google account.
I have a few other sites out there, just because I enjoy messing around with this sort of thing. Some are duplicate tests of Amdall Gallery on other platforms, but a few are unique, like an experimental content sharing site at https://sharedposts.wordpress.com/. Or https://amdallsoftware.wordpress.com/ for a company that doesn’t exist; if I ever commit to learning more about Android Studio and Java, I may eventually create an Android app or game. Actually, since I’m talking about other links, here’s a list of sites I built. Some are for me, others I made for other people and turned over to them.
Built for other folks:
Also, I didn’t build it, but I have a link under “About Amdalls” to amdall.com. That site was made by a slightly distant relative of mine (grandfather’s son’s son I think) who has done a ton of genealogical research into the surname, which is a somewhat unique one. It’s a good read, if you happen to share the last name.
Thanks for visiting!