You have encountered the personal web site of Lori Bravo. I am an independent web architect and photographer. My skills and experience run the gamut from small business management to art and design. I have a variety of interests, including photography, web design, reading, writing, art, and appreciation of the unusual and surreal. I have been committed to learning about internet technology and social media since 1994, when I founded Tristero, Inc. (unfortunate choice of business names, but you had to be there) and opened one of the world’s first internet coffee houses in San Antonio, Texas.
I worked for over 12 years as webmaster and director of marketing for NewTek, a high tech company that invented the Video Toaster and LightWave 3D. They happened to move their headquarters to my home town just as I was folding up Tristero and the Coffee Gallery. I moved to the Valley in 2010 to be with my husband, who is the executive director at the International Museum of Art and Science in McAllen, Texas. If you would like to see my resume, get the pdf.
I currently take on a limited number of clients for web development, photography, or any form of publishing. I am a one-woman show, so I have limited time. If you think I might be interested in your project, please don’t hesitate to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am always interested in new projects, and even if I don’t have the time to commit to your idea, I always have a free opinion.