Christopher Barajas

Rochester, NY

I enjoy helping people better understand the things in their world. It's even more important when it comes to technology. That's why I've been responsible for technical support at Rogue Amoeba (makers of fine audio software for Macs, PCs, and mobile devices) since 2010, troubleshooting issues and advocating for a great user experience. I also helped The Episcopal Church modernize their triennial General Convention, managing digital systems and publications from 2010–2014.

I am a born-and-raised Episcopalian, bought my first Mac in 2004, and worked for Apple from 2005–2010. Both Apple and the Church seem to influence my life daily, and I'm very glad to have had the opportunity to work with both organizations, and now get to help influence them from an independent perspective.

Outside of my work, I enjoy curling, IPAs, photography, and (last but certainly not least) the Oxford comma.

  • Work
    • Rogue Amoeba Software
  • Education
    • The George Washington University
    • St. Francis College