I have 10 years experience in web development, having freelanced professionally and worked as a subcontractor for a smattering of various clients. I recently moved down to Los Angeles where I intend to push my web development career. Here are some things I do. Also, go add me on Linkedin while you're at it!
I produce clean and valid HTML5 and CSS3 for any project, as well as legacy languages like XHTML for taking on modifications for older projects. Also a strong command over frameworks like Bootstrap for making sure your site is friendly for mobile devices and tablets. (Case in point: On a desktop? Resize your browser window right now to take a look how this site will look on a device with a smaller screen.)
I typically stay out of graphic design work these days, but my experience with Photoshop allows me to take any raw PSD file and turn it into a clean template for any project. This is especially handy when I'm also tasked with...
I cannot tell you how many times I've been handed a "coded" template to be used in a CMS, only for it to be completely unusable, or require several extra hours of modification in order to fit the CMS in question. Different platforms have their own subtle complexities, and one-size-fits-all is never quite the case. Sloppy development leads to things like extra bandwidth consumption or higher server load, and that's never really good when you're trying to reach your customers.
That aside, I specialize in development for ExpressionEngine, which I highly recommend for most clients starting a project out from scratch. For clients needing work done on an existing platform, I also work in Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla and Movable Type. I also specialize in community platforms such as Xenforo, vBulletin, IP.Board and Disqus. As for e-commerce platforms, I work almost exclusively with Magento for common setups, but also can utilize the PayPal API's for custom projects. Which brings me to...
I've been working with PHP and MySQL for almost ten years now, and safe to say it's where I'm most comfortable. Custom projects? Messy data migrations? I work best the more unique the job gets.
On top of that, I have 5 years worth of experience in managing web servers (CentOS/RHEL, Windows Server, cPanel/WHM, LAMP stacks) as well as working with the top cloud hosting providers. (Rackspace, Linode, Amazon). I can make sure the environment you're running in is tweaked perfectly for the specific services your project requires.
I'm currently involved with "The EE Bootstrap Project," a painstaking conversion of the ExpressionEngine UI to make use of Bootstrap, making it usable with the wide-array of Bootstrap themes and resources on the web. Bits of this are getting published on my GitHub profile during the lead-up to the public release, so do check that out!