Outside of circuits, I enjoy arts, crafts, sports, and nature, among other things. I tend to gravitate towards sports involving getting from A to B in an interesting way, such as ice skating, sailing, biking, running, or climbing. Unfortunately, I'm a pretty slow swimmer.
You can also find me at Sunday worship service at BCEC. I'm very grateful to God for making me a part of this world, and allowing me to study how nature works and play a role in improving our stewardship over it. In addition to the four Gospel accounts in the Bible, I am also drawn to the topics discussed in Hebrews and Ecclesiastes. I've also enjoyed reading Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.
Here's some cell-phone photos I've taken while biking to church, though they aren't able to capture the vibrance of the scenery with the pinhole optics and limited dynamic range of the sensors.
I first began scripting this website back in 1999, in the days of dialup. This website began as a collection of my early computer programming projects, including board game AIs and raycasting-based pseudo-3D rendering. It has gone through several revisions over the years as both the web and I grew up.
This current layout uses dark shades of red in a minimalist center-column layout style. Perhaps someday I should make a gallery of different versions of this site's layout over time. At one point, during high school, the layout featured bold primary colors and modern-leaning sans-serif fonts.