I love photography.
I like the challenge of getting the shot, I like the maniplating the camera to produce something beautiful, but most of all I like just getting outside, going to a beatuful (or not so beautiful) place and bringing back that experiance to share with other people.
I attempt to sell prints of my photography through my photography website at www.nathanielreinhart.com.
My latest photographs, along with some interesting stories and tips can be found on my photo blog at nathanielreinhartphoto.blogspot.com.
I live in Portland, Oregon with my beautiful wife Alycia.
I've been writing code since I discoved GW/Basic on a hand-me-down 386 when I was 13. Since then,
I've worked in various languages and enviroments, but the goal has always been the same; to create
an elegant solution to interesting problem.
At Portland State University, I studied Computer Science and graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in 2005. At 19, I was among the youngest in my graduating class.
Currently, I develop software for Marcus and Millichap, a commercial real estate firm. For the last year and a half, my main project has been a secured file sharing web application.
Old Projects Page (last updated 2005) - http://www.boffinms.com/~omega/projects
More comming soon!
During my free time, I enjoy hiking, backpacking, rock climbing and camping. With so many beautiful places to explore in Oregon and Washington, I don't see myself stopping any time soon!
Look here soon for pictures and stories!
- Backpacking the Wallowas (Planning, 2009?)
- Backpacking Mt. Washington Wilderness (PCT) (August 2008) - Comming Soon!
- Clackamas Canoe Chaos (September 2007) - Comming Soon!
- Backpacking Eagle Creek / PCT (May 2007) - Comming Soon!
- Backpacking PCT to North Sister (September 2006) - Comming Soon!
I'm a Christian.
By Christian, I do not mean American, Republican, or Religious. By Christian, I mean I follow the teachings of Jesus, whom I believe was both fully man and fully God and who died for man's redemption and who raised from the dead three days later.
In alot of respects, I think that the western church has done a lousy job of showing the world what redemption means. Jesus has called his followers to do something about the hell that is earth and to bring redemption to the hopless places of this world.
More to come!