PJ started out studying mathematics and physics in college, but soon discovered his love for web and graphic design. He studied Print & Digital Design from Tarleton State University and continues to expand his areas of digital expertise, which so far include, digital design, print, 3D design, web building, film, and animation.
While still a student, PJ worked for his university in the marketing field. He oversaw designs for several large projects, including magazines, posters, banners, pamphlets, films, and animations. He then moved on to the web side of marketing when he worked for a large College Station firm, where he honed his expertise in the areas of web building and coding.
PJ entered the field of litigation consulting when he joined the Barnes & Roberts team in 2017. He soon became an important component in the Tech Pharmacy v. AlixaRx, et al. matter. His contributions to the case included consultations with the defendants to design various themes, graphic design, and creation of complex animations. His resourcefulness, broad knowledge, and ability to learn quickly prove useful to any endeavor in which he’s involved.
In his spare time, PJ helps non-profits and startups develop a graphical style and online presence. Described as a “jack-of-all-trades, and master of many,” PJ’s ambition is to learn about anything and everything.
“The knack to flying lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”
— Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe, and Everything
Tech Pharmacy v. AlixaRx, et al.