Meet our website developer
One of our goals as the Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce is to provide opportunity with us and the greater community for students — either high school or college — for real world work experience. Through a conversation with Diana Camerin, a senior guidance councillor at Timberline Secondary, we conveyed this goal.
We were connected with their IT Instructor who connected us with Isaac Morrow. At the time, a grade 12 student — primarily self-taught website developer and computer programmer. Isaac agreed to work with us on creating a new website. He graduated from Timberline in June 2020 with honours, was the Valedictorian and is now attending the University of Victoria majoring in math and computer science. Over the years, Isaac had competed in the Skills Competences Canada web development competition, coming in first place two years in a row for the regional competition. He has also participated in a local hackathon with a few friends, expanding his love for the study of computer science, but also the creative aspect behind it as well. Isaac spends his time studying, playing the occasional game of disc golf, learning a new song on the guitar or, of course, computer programming.
Isaac says “This was my first truly large scale project and also working with a client. I’ve learned a fair bit from this experience, and can’t wait to learn more about this area of work, as well as creating more websites in the future.”
Working with Isaac on this project was a dream, he was very eager to learn and expand his knowledge of website creation, both the back end as well as the creative side. We would recommend him to anyone in need of a new website.
If you find any issues with the website or would like to connect with Isaac please email Isaac Morrow.