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Website: http://nick.halsey.co | Expertise: HTML/CSS, WordPress
Nick Halsey is a Student, Composer, and Web Developer. He recently completed his B.S. in Civil Engineering (Building Science) at USC, with a minor in Musical Studies (Composition) and is currently working on a M.S. in Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering). Architecture, engineering, and the built environment are his primary passions, along with a creative drive to constantly make things. In addition to music composition, this often manifests itself in digital works ranging from software (via WordPress) to sheet music, photography, and digital art. Nick’s digital projects can be found at celloexpressions.com. Many projects are available for free online, based on the benefits of open and collaborative exchanges of ideas. In addition to over 100 music compositions and arrangements in his Sheet Music Library, Nick has donated countless hours to the WordPress open source project, focusing on advancing user experience through live preview in core as well as over 20 free plugins. At the Digital Lounge, Nick is the resident WordPress expert. He built this website from scratch with a combination of custom themes and plugins, and is also available to help Annenberg students build their sites with WordPress. He also interns with Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co. at the USC Village construction site.
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