From a young age, Kim has been fascinated with two things:  science fiction and various electronics.

It all began one Sunday morning when her father introduced her to Star Trek.  This favorite Sunday morning ritual continued for quite some time as did her love for Trek.  Then it happened.  On May 25, 1977, the entire world was introduced to a new kind of sci-fi when Star Wars premiered.  After numerous trips to the Eastwood THX Theater that amazing May, one thing was certain--she was hooked.  Years later Kim resumed her love affair with sci-fi by starting an annual, fan-run, sci-fi convention--Starbase Indy--with a bunch of friends.  The sole purpose of this non-profit group was to keep the love of science fiction alive while simultaneously raising money for charities.

After years of watching what Hollywood and computers had in store for us in the future, it was no wonder Kim’s interests gravitated toward computers.  Her family caught their first glimpse of Kim’s aptitude with electronics when they purchased a Betamax VCR; Kim instantly figured out how it all worked without ever looking at the instruction manual.  In 1988, she acquired her first personal computer, a Tandy 1000 with an 8088 processor.  Our little miss smartie built a database for her Avon business, all the while watching her love for computers continue to grow.  In 1995, with the introduction of Windows 95, Kim started learning HTML and how a computer worked.  She built her first website and hasn't looked back since.

Over the years Kim has worked with computer software like Dreamweaver, Flash, MySQL, Access, CSS, Joomla, and many others.  She has worked for a host of businesses in the areas of real estate, chiropractic, medical billing, photographers, computer stores, insurance, Boy Scouts, and non-profits, to name but a few.

After graduating from Hamilton Southeastern High School and taking computer classes at IUPUI, Kim and her husband Larry started a family and have two amazing children, Jackie and Jonny.