Drew has been involved in web design and development since 1996. Starting originally as a hand coder , Drew quickly saw the great productivity benefits that could be brought by a visual editor with the arrival of Dreamweaver 1.2. Since then, he has been pushing the boundaries of Dreamweaver through its solid HTML-based methodology and powerful extensible architecture.
With literally tens of thousands of his Dreamweaver extensions in use around the globe, Drew has established a firm seating within the center of the online Dreamweaver community and can be found on a daily basis teaching and aiding fellow developers in Macromedia's news forums. His online tutorials from his DreamweaverFever.com web site are recognized as one of the more valuable Dreamweaver resources available, due to their clear and "non- assuming " use of language.
Drew also helps out at the Web Standards Project (http://www.webstandards.org/) as a Dreamweaver expert, focusing on the issues surrounding web standards in Macromedia's flagship HTML editor.
As a Team Macromedia volunteer, he is a committed Dreamweaver user and enjoys nothing more than being able to share his knowledge and experience of the product with fellow developers. Drew has a wide knowledge of both web design and development, and is currently working for a design, marketing, and IT agency in London, UK. Drew is also the author of Dreamweaver MX Web Development , published by New Riders.