julian marmier

Welcome to my portfolio.

Hi, I'm Julian Marmier, a high school senior living in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Thanks for taking the time to take a look at my portfolio. There are no rules to this website—you are free to roam about and discover who I am.
Feel free to learn more about me, or, if you’re in a hurry, skip straight to my portfolio. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact me.

About Me

Who I Am

I grew up in Boston until I moved to Shanghai, China at the age of 9, in 2012, where I learned to speak Mandarin and had the chance to explore an entirely different part of the world. My parents are both Swiss, but I’m also American and have been part of both the French and American school systems. I’ve swam competitively since I was 10, and am currently in my school’s Varsity team.

My Interests

Ever since I was four, I’ve always been passionate about two things—computers and design. Today I like to blend both of those together as much as I can, and am part of a FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team, the Lexington Legoheads, where I lead work on the Engineering Notebook. Something I also enjoy is making videos, even though those that I make are for school.

What I've Done

My portfolio ties in a lot with my interests. The hours I spent on the web looking for design inspiration and bits of code were put to use in my branding and app design work for food start-up Market 2day. During the summer of 2019, I spent a month at MIT’s Compton Gallery + Museum Studio, where I helped prepare for the upcoming school year. I’ve also done some work for my school’s class, designing posters for some of the school’s events.

What I Can Do

I can use anything from Google Sheets and Photoshop to SketchUp and Blender, and would be happy to learn anything new. In terms of computer programming, I have had experience with many different sorts of programming languages including Python, JavaScript, C++, Ruby, HTML and CSS. With proper documentation and some time, I can also learn to use programming libraries, although I am most comfortable with web development.


Questions? Concerns? Feedback?
Let me know!

Send me an email at julianmarmier@gmail.com.