Chief eBook Architect
A veteran of the eBook world, Joshua has been developing eBook files since 2002. He is an acknowledged expert on the Kindle and ePub formats, and is the author of Kindle Formatting: The Complete Guide. Joshua founded eBook Architects in 2008 with the goal of creating the best eBook files available on the market. He is an active speaker and teacher on topics related to eBooks and eBook design, conducting numerous online and in-person seminars for groups like Digital Book World, BISG, and the Association of Canadian Publishers, as well as speaking at conferences like Tools of Change, Digital Book World, and Book Expo America.
Please contact Joshua if you have business proposals, technical questions, consulting requests, or if you would like to brainstorm about how you can best engage the eBook world.
As the former Consigliere for the River of Blood Corporation, and a retired bounty-hunter for 28, the dangerous business of project management at eBook Architects suits Nick perfectly. He uses only Dell keyboards, Logitech pointing devices, Shure buds and Sennheiser cans while he works. When he’s not giving potential clients an offer they can’t refuse, you might find him running sound at a wedding, watching “Dancing with the Stars” with his daughter, or avoiding State Troopers on HWY-290. He lives in Houston with his bride, daughter, sons, dog, 3 cats, and a steady supply of energy drinks.
Please contact Nick if you have questions about pricing, would like to get a quote, or would like to get your project in the queue.
Bridget is the third employee of eBook Architects. Before she got started in eBook development, she worked in libraries and earned a Master of Science in Information Studies from University of Texas. She works on titles for Open Road Integrated Media and Titan Books, but Bridget’s primary goal in life is to create an ePub file for every book in the world. She also enjoys the parks in Austin, and fishing with her husband.
Kyle is just some guy who loves loud, fast music and being vegetarian. At some point during high school, he decided the small town Louisiana life was not the one he wanted to live. So, pursuing an interest in the printed word, Kyle started down the long, treacherous path of learning the ins and outs of the publishing industry. But something very unexpected happened along this path — Kyle found himself one day editing his first ePub and from there found his life turned upside down as he entered the growing world of eBook creation.
Of the two greatest events of 1984, the release of Ghostbusters and the birth of Matt, only one has garnered critical acclaim and inspired generations to come. The other starred Bill Murray. Despite being burdened with what many could often say are too many “God-given gifts,” most don’t say it often enough. In fact, Matt’s modesty is only eclipsed by his vanity and success. Many epics were written about his life in his hometown of Houston, but they were all destroyed by the humidity. Website bios have scrambled to pick up the loss. In the year 2011, a divine wind deposited Matt in Austin. Here he set up the darkest Graphic Design and eBook Development work space possible inside the heart of a volcano at eBook Architects.
Philip started his adventure as an eBook developer in 2012 by route of a combined interest in books, design, and development. When he isn’t creating eBooks as quickly and efficiently as he can, his time is spent creating works of art in the form of paintings and electronic music, cruising around town on his bike, and catching up on literature he missed out on. Much like the world of art, constant advances in technology give eBook development an exciting new challenge every day, making it a fitting place for a maker.
Genius. Visionary. Forward-thinker. These are all words. Graphic Designer. Tall. Snappy Dresser. These are words too. Which words can be applied to Joe? You decide. Who writes sentences like this? We’d rather not say.
Israel J. Carberry
Israel began his career at eBook Architects by lurking behind the curtains for some undisclosed amount of time, developing some of the back-end systems and internal software, using mainly spoons. In the middle of one of his bigger projects and also one of those really great sneezes that make you feel tingly all over, Israel decided to stop faking it and become a real live employee. He also changed hats. When not muttering darkly to the code on his screen, Israel enjoys spending time with his two boys (who are cooler than he is), baking bread, making tie-dye shirts, pretending to work on his novel, and occasionally drawing little happy check marks on his wife’s to-do list.