Sam created Website Muscle in 2008 with a love of coding websites and meeting new people. Since then, he has grown the company into a team of dedicated, enthusiastic, supportive experts who want to help you succeed online. Sam is a small business advocate who loves to discuss the latest trends and work with you on business goals.
Chris is your go-to point of contact once you sign on with us. His background in website development, project management and network administration is delightfully comprehensive, so you can rest assured that you are in good hands. Outside of work, Chris's hands are typically clapping at an Angels game or serenading his wife via guitar.
Tyler can design like nobody's business. Scratch that. Actually, he can design like everyone's business. We're pretty sure he scores in genius levels in graphic design and website development. Tyler is one talented guy who always delivers a beautiful product. He is also the nicest human on planet Earth. We really enjoy this combination of traits and we think you will too.
Kyle isn't an expert in your industry... yet. But he is friendly and professional, and his particular set of skills includes crafting your company's content into compelling website copy. (Also, he loves alliteration.) During non-working hours, he writes stories for OC Weekly and songs for his band, The Vespertines.
Tyree loves writing, but more importantly, she loves getting to know new people and their stories -- and retelling those stories on your website. She doesn’t just write about you and your industry. She becomes a mini-expert in your world. Tyree says there's nothing like devouring a good book, conquering a tough workout, and snuggling with her boys.
Rutherford Oswald (Rocky) Nelson is Website Muscle's special projects supervisor and not-so-secret weapon. No one is better at chewing through problems and sniffing out solutions for our clients. If your new website is a head-scratcher, Rocky’s head is the one to scratch - he’s always available to sit, stay, and roll over on important tasks.