Noah oversees all BLITZ server-side engineering, Flash and Silverlight development, integration practices, functional and technical quality control, and technical project development. Noah serves as the main Engineering and Software Development contact for the Business Development, Marketing and Account Management groups. Before joining BLITZ, Noah designed, developed and managed the technical architecture of database-driven movie marketing and social networking community websites both flash and html-based. His work on the website for the theatrical release of “Terminator 3,” began the trend of using user-generated content in web-based marketing for films. The culmination of that work was developing the web-based fan club for the cult hit Napoleon Dynamite, which topped 300,000 registered users in 6 months for Fox Searchlight Pictures. Noah’s work has garnered him numerous Clio, One Show and SXSW awards as well as an Award of Excellence in Communication Arts Interactive Annual. Noah’s experience ranges through concepting, architecture and development of web sites and site features for clients in fields as varied as automotive, entertainment, finance and consumer product. He has also been responsible for developing numerous internal business tools as well as budgeting, setting up and maintaining strategic corporate IT initiatives. Prior to kicking off his “professional” career, he taught web-development to underclassmen at Wesleyan University in Connecticut in his role as a teaching assistant. Noah is also a classically trained violinist and has played in many of the eastern seaboard’s largest concert halls, including Carnegie Hall in New York, The Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.