My name is Romain Moisescot, I am a 26-year-old business student from Paris, France.
So far, my work experience has involved digital marketing, product and project management, and data analysis. I have worked at four companies: a small e-commerce startup, a mid-sized shopping search engine called Twenga, Google, and a computer company based in Cupertino. I also do some freelance web development in my spare time, on a one-off basis.
In February 2006, I launched all about Steve Jobs.com, the first website to ever be 100% dedicated to Apple & Pixar co-founder Steve Jobs.
The website has quickly grown popular, starting with the video 'Boom!' (over 800,000 views). I have improved it over the years, and it now features a blog, thousands of pictures, dozens of videos, a complete biography, and a number of articles and essays related to Steve Jobs.
Besides all about Steve Jobs.com, I have worked on the websites below:
Voyager-class.com was my first website, started in 2000 while I was 13. It is dedicated to Royal Caribbean's Voyager-class ships, a teenage passion of mine. The website still attracts around 2,500 visitors a month.
A world-class pianist's website.
Showcase website for a photographer friend.
COUP D'ETAT - Espadrilles de France
A French espadrille brand's website.
I have spent most of my teenage years thinking I would grow up to be a naval architect, designing huge cruise ships for my favorite company, Royal Caribbean. In addition to Voyager-class.com, I spent a lot of time dreaming up plans for an imaginary cruise ship — some are viewable in this Flickr gallery.
My interest for architecture is even older than my passion for cruise ships, as it started when I was a little boy. My Flickr collection on French Classical Architecture and my SketchUp Warehouse page are evidence of that ongoing passion.