About

(Wiki says . . .) An ecotone is a transition area between two adjacent but different patches of landscape, such as forest and grassland.

Oh, and note the clever re-spelling to Ekotone(tm) . . . a totally fictional and affordable domain name that is unique and trademark-able. Yay me! Perhaps it is even memorable. Yay you!

So please consider this your open invitation to join us as we go venturing into the boundaries between hobby and lifestyle.

Matthew JaramilloSelf-made man and tactile personality

“I believe the need to make and create is inherent. Self-made, if you will!”

I was born and raised in Southern California, (No, really!) in a great little suburban neighborhood, Montclair. Earned my BS in Computer Information Systems from the infamous DeVry Univeristy – a four-year degree in three years, not bad.  With my strong drive to create and technical background, I have always been involved with websites somehow and even survived the infamous DotCom Crash of 2000 to land as thee webmaster at Pitzer college for a stint.  Moved onto project managing in downtown LA. I decided Ontario, California, was the place to settle and raise my now 16 year old son in my first jewel-box-home; a fancy Apartment Therapy word for a house that is less than 2,000 square feet. Hmm. I prefer, “Historic adjacent” but, I digress and risk becoming uninteresting. This home is a place I share with my mother, two small dogs and a constant affront of DIY projects. And now, I’m transitioning to Real Estate. This is going to be fun. All of which I’m excited and eager at the prospect of introducing to you.

2 Responses to About

  1. Jimmy says:

    Halapeno? Your funny

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