I have worked in the Architecture profession since 1996 while still in High School. I have worked with a variety of firms and have designed homes, restaurants, retail centers, schools, and almost everything in between.
In 1996 I first gained access to the internet and launched my first website soon after. Since then I programmed many websites, including this one.
I hope to create a portfolio section on this site someday. Until then, if you need IT help, a website designed, or Architectural consultation, please contact me!
I love creating, that probably sums me up more than anything. Whether it be music, buildings, code, or friendships, I love to create. My real passions lie in Architecture and music. I have been playing the piano since I was four years old and have wanted to be an architect nearly as long. I finally achieved that goal in April of 2010 and am very proud to say that I am a licensed Architect in the State of California. In September of 2010 I obtained my Utah Architecture license.
Today I play the piano, guitar, drums, and sing as much as possible. I recently served as the accompanist for our church choir and love to play piano with the church primary anytime I have the opportunity. I love to compose music and enjoy creating choir arraignments as well as piano solos and duets.
I graduated from Cal Poly in 2006 with a Bachelor of Architecture.
I find that the real driving forces in my life are my faith in a loving Heavenly Father, a passionate desire to create and improve myself, my work, and anything I can get my hands on. I love to challenge myself and learn new things. I am also blessed to have a very supportive family.
Tim Alatorre Online has had four major versions before this current one. My first website, created in the fall of 1996, was hosted on Geocities and I created it while still a junior at Apple Valley High School in the Mojave Desert. The bulk of the site I made the following spring and summer of 2007 with my friend Kim; we made the site into an homage to the canned meat SPAM. This delicacy was an inside joke with my friends and creating the site was a lot of fun. It was also my first experience with HTML code and we used all of the coolest internet technologies available, mainly animated GIF images.
After Kim and my relationship went the way of most High School relationships my website changed to be a collection of my favorite TI-85 shell programs and other odds and ends. This site remained mostly unchanged through my freshman year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with the exception that I posted some of the work I was doing in school. Upon my return from serving a two year mission in Madrid Spain, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I made the first major update to my website in many years. I acquired the domain name talatorre.com and migrated my site from Geocities to a private host. I created a flash navigation menu, featuring an image of the Madrid Temple, and I created a layout of sections that remained relatively unchanged for the next 4 years. The site still consisted of static HTML pages.
On May 15th, 2006, looking for something easier to use then Nucleus, I migrated my site to the Joomla! CMS. Most recently on June 8th, 2009, once again looking for ease and convenience, I migrated the site once again to WordPress.
You can see past iterations of Tim Alatorre Online on the internet archive.
- 06/2004 to 9/2004 – talatorre.anyxhost.com
- 09/2004 to 11/2004 – talatorre.com (read the story about novicehost.com)
- 11/2004 to 2/2007 – talatorre.org (2/10/05)
- 02/2007 to Present -talatorre.com (10/28/07)
I’m not sure where this site will end up in the future, but it has, for the last many years, been a place for me to experiment and share a little of myself with the world. I am a very passionate person, and my motivation for having this website is to share my beliefs and opinions with as many people as possible, and to create a place where my friends know they can always find me.
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