Why? We take care of our customers. Your project is our project.
Since our founding in 2005, Foxtrot Media has successfully launched, repaired, updated and secured hundreds of WordPress sites for business, education, government and nonprofit clients.
If anything on your site breaks or needs to be updated, our experienced support team offers:
Clients trust us to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in WordPress. In turn, we are able to keep them online and ready for business.
The Foxtrot Difference – We stand behind our work.
Our goal is to ensure on-time delivery, minimize downtime, and keep your Web site functioning and secure.
We deliver websites that are:
Ask us anything. Call 410-902-1001, you’ll always get a real person on the phone. Our tight-knit web team functions with precision and care. We’re hands-on developers; there’s nothing we love more than solving your tech challenges.
Check out our services, thumb through our portfolio, and give us a call with your WordPress web needs. We look forward to working with you!
Brian began building database driven web sites in 1994 as an early developer of the YaBBSE project; now Simple Machines. Brian graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BFA in Film and Video Animation. A proud Baltimore native, he founded Foxtrot Media in 2005. Brian is on the marketing committee of Irvine Nature Center and chair of the Signature Society at McDonogh School.
At Foxtrot Media, Allen has been responsible for the planning, coding, maintenance and deployment of over 40 web sites. He has been working on web-based applications since 2002. Allen is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Computer Science. In his off hours, he builds his own web sites and participates in an old-time baseball league.
Sean’s strong attention to detail and his passion for coding has made him a huge asset to not only the Foxtrot team, but to any team, including yours. He holds degrees in IT/ Systems Administration and Computer Science from the Community College of Baltimore County. When he’s not working, Sean can be found playing Super Nintendo or electric guitar.