Update: Check out my cooler, newer resume!

Hi, I’m Jonathan and I love to work on interesting projects involving digital media. My primary interests and skills are programming most kinds of JavaScript, deployment and builds of frontend and server side applications with things like node.js or PHP. Also I enjoy visual aspects of digital productions like video and photo, both capturing and editing. I’m a veteran in notable industry tools like Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro and After Effects.

Shot by Judith
Photo shot by Judith

I like to keep README files with my code and I know I should write more tests for my software projects than I do. Teams are great and more than the sum of just the members and I’ve had the honor of working with many great people so far.

My development environment is command line friendly and I barely use tools that are not open source, so literally everybody can participate. Some of my projects can be found on my github profile. I also love working with deployment to Linux servers, writing or consuming APIs.

Lastly, I’m a big fan of playing nice and applying lots of common sense and honesty. When you’ve worked on fast paced video sets or code projects, professionalism goes a long way, but also finding ways to work great with everybody.

Working with and for

  • 2014: as a teacher for AspIT (Web related technologies)
  • 2014: as a workshop host at EAL
  • 2013: as a teacher for SDE (Webintegrator)
  • 2011 – present: JonathanMH 😉
  • 2010 – 2015: MeRox


  • 2012 – 2014: Web Development at Erhversakademiet Lillebælt ( with a specialty in JavaScript client and server side (Angular.js, node.js)
  • 2010 – 2012: Multimedia Design at the Nordic Multimedia Academy ( with a specialty in PHP MVC frameworks and WordPress

Published and Spoken


  • 2008 – 2010: Management Assistant for Information and Telecommunication Systems, HLA Flensburg


  • German
  • English
  • Danish

My Projects

Besides my work for customers I roll some personal projects to increase my experience and provide resources. The blog part of this site is one of them.