Cartography, GIS Consulting, Fieldwork
Greetings! Although I often work in tandem with other mapmakers, designers, and educators, I am the sole proprietor and owner of Rhumb Line Maps. In 2011, I started working at Middlebury College as an Assistant in Science Instruction for GIS (2 years) and then began freelancing after a fellowship in Mongolia. I now have between 10 and 15 clients a year on dozens of projects that cover a wide variety of geospatial applications.
I currently work out of South Bristol, Maine. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Artwork, GIS Consulting
Hannah is an old woman who lives in a shoe of an apartment in DC - but it is a pretty nice shoe. Her day job involves working in Geographic Information Systems and mapping out trees and drop inlets for the National Park Service. At night, she draws until her ink runs out.
Look here for more examples of her artwork:
GIS Consulting, Cartography
Nick first discovered his passion for GIS while studying the "formative" principals of geography as a Geology Major at Middlebury College. In the three years following, Nick worked in the Solar Industry in New Mexico and then Maine. He followed his curiosity for Land and its Use to the San Francisco Bay Area this summer to study urban planning at the UC Berkeley Summer Institute. When not mapping, playing boardgames, or building things, you'll likely find him along the coast or in the hills