Perception is an Illusion
Versatile Problem Solver
I have worked with various clients, mostly in Los Angeles, but also across the country and around the world. Each project has required something different from me, so I have become a fast learner, picking up unfamiliar skills as needed. I am an adept problem solver unafraid to take on challenging new projects.

Internationally successful rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars and Los Angeles local indie hotspot The Echo both required in depth knowledge of Wordpress. Various DoStuff Media partners including DoLA, DoNYC and Lollapalooza Chile called for a firm grasp on CSS3 and SaSS mark up. Learning the ins-and-outs of the e-commerce platform Shopify and it's proprietary language Liquid were necessary for NCLA and Parachute, as well as development contracts I worked on through various design agencies. I even got a taste of the Magento beast working for Santa Monica based start-up Ellie.

Living and working in Sydney, Australia during 2014 was an amazing experience. I continued to improve my skill set and became very experienced with responsive designs, the Bootstrap framework, Grunt and other technologies for the Toyota of Australia website.
"...what I do have are a particular set of skills..."
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript
  • jQuery
  • Responsive Design
  • Shopify
  • Wordpress
  • Magento
  • Grunt
  • Bootstrap
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • Photoshop
  • Git
  • FTP
  • Mail Clients
Satisfied Clients
Who is Bryan Duckworth

In the late 20th Century (circa 1982), two insane individuals came together in a glorious ceremony dedicated to the singular purpose of creating the coolest human being ever conceived. Unfortunately, they failed to hit the mark and wound up with me.

Luckily for those two, I was the next best thing; an intelligent, passionate, outspoken, risk-taking, fun-loving, thoughtful, creative, cool, extravagant, innately curious, courteous, charming young boy riddled with faults and ready to scoff in the face of authority.

Since my conception, I have experienced a fairly cinematic suburban American childhood: trips to foreign lands, a role in a Shakespearean play, starting position on the JV football team as a defensive lineman, a stint at the prestigious University of Texas at Austin*, several broken bones, various modes of (un)employment, residency in two states, an insatiable internet addiction, and an astounding zero arrests by law enforcement.

A few months after graduation (Fall of 2006) I was looking for better weather and more exciting jobs, so I moved to Los Angeles. First landing in Santa Monica, then two years in West Hollywood, and finally settling in Mid-City.

My adventures in Southern California have been influenced by many different facets of the entertainment industry, but I found a dedicated interest in web development and emerging internet technologies.

I don’t have many long term goals, but I know what I like. So, let’s see what happens.

- B

* 5-Year Plan (Includes Victory Lap)

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Los Angeles, California, USA