Hello, and welcome to my Bio.
My name is Frank Sullivan. I currently live near Salt Lake City, UT with my lovely wife and daughter, each of whom I love more than I could ever express in words.
I am way too ridiculously excited about computer programming. When I was young, programming was my favorite hobby, and I was lucky enough to be able to turn it into a career. Professionally, I have programmed video games, computer graphics, desktop apps, mobile apps, and web sites. There is still so much more out there that I haven’t had a chance to play with yet. Lots of fun to be had!
I’ve always been a huge science dork. As a kid, I variably wanted to be an astronomer, a geologist, a paleontologist, a biologist, and a physicist. It just depended on what I was into at the time. Usually dinosaurs or planets. One time, my best friend found a mollusk fossil in my back yard, and I tried to claim it was mine, even though he found it fair and square. It wasn’t my best moment. I eventually did find several fossils of my own, but uhh..on eBay. Moving on! I am a proud owner of a 150mm reflector telescope, and I’m a member of the Salt Lake Astronomical Society. Also, just recently completed my bachelor’s degree in Physics at Utah Valley University. The idea was never to become a physicist, but just to learn some things that I always wanted to learn while picking up a strong background in math. Incidentally, my experience as a physics student has helped me develop my programming skills, and I’ve picked up several interesting hobbies along the way.
Some of my other pastimes include playing video games, cooking, gardening, drawing, painting, and just being outdoors enjoying the mountains, rivers, and trees. Nature is just wonderful, from its most complex organisms down to its elementary particles, and I want to study it, experience it, paint it, and eat it as much as possible.
But enough about me. What about you? Jk, that’s not how this works.