Hello, My Name Is Lynne Lowell...
... and I'm the lead web developer at GA Web.
My passion for designing websites began in 2002, and I have spent everyday since striving to improve my skills and continuing to educate myself. My formal education with web design began in 2007 at PATHS in Portland, Maine, from there I went to The New England School of Communications and began my four year journey in Web Media.
While attending NESCom I was exposed to a multitude of skills, tools, and classes that have allowed me to build a strong foundation in Web Design and Web Media. During this time I was given the opportunity to work with The Good Samaritan Agency of Bangor which allowed me to use my new skills in a practical application on live, local websites.
Along with web design and web development, another passion of mine is photography, this I pursue photography mostly as a hobby, but I acquired the skills of a professional while attending NESCom. I am also furthering my knowledge in Search Engine Optimization, giving me another bundle of skills that I bring to the table. Having a lead web developer with a multitude of skills is an important part of getting ahead in the web world!
I love a challenge and where some see bumps in the road, I see opportunities to learn. I am excited to be a part of the team at G.A. Gear and look forward to having the opportunity to work with our current clients and new ones to come! I am looking forward to developing a partnership with you in your quest to make a difference on the World Wide Web.
G.A. Gear has some great artist in house artists, Sam (the illustrator) and Jess (the graphic designer) are very talented, expert craftspeople who want nothing more than to make your business or organization look good through custom art and design.
No one person can make it all happen on their own! At G.A. Web we are a team of creative professional who collaborate on a daily basis and give credit to one another as due. Rocco Tripaldi was the former Web Developer at G.A. Web, he trained me fully and throughly and is still very much a part of G.A. Web's infrastructure.
Please contact me to discuss your next project.