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Vital Welcomes Bryan White and Chuck McMahon!

Vital is very proud to welcome to the team Senior Web Developer Bryan White and Content Manager Chuck McMahon!

Bryan White began writing HTML in the mid-90s to make the process of trading video tapes of incredibly bad movies a much easier process. He’d gone pro by 2000 and since then has been turning out websites and applications for world-class brands as well as small business on the New Hampshire Seacoast. Bryan is a Drupal maniac and a WordPress devotee who probably drinks more coffee than he should and prefers to write clean, readable and semantic code while listening to heavy metal rather than the EDM that you tend to find in the average developer’s playlist. When he’s not writing code he producing new episodes of his YouTube show and is an avid practitioner of Muay Thai.

Follow Bryan at: @TheeBryanWhite

Chuck McMahon is a former journalist, accomplished author and proud resident of Portsmouth. Before Vital, Chuck worked as a reporter for several Seacoast-based news publications, covering issues at the local, regional and national level. As part of that job, Chuck developed the ability to delve deeply into most any complex issue. With a degree in Creative Writing and English, Chuck also enjoys writing non-fiction, fiction and poetry. He wrote his first book in 2013 and has plans for several more. Chuck is a true local. He graduated from the local school system and is a proud resident of Islington Street, where he lives with his girlfriend and her two cats. When not at Vital, Chuck enjoys being outdoors, trying new things and traveling. He is an active member of the Portsmouth Historical Society board of trustees and volunteers for various local charities and nonprofits.

Follow Chuck on Twitter at: @cjmcmahon_NH

Please join us in welcoming Bryan and Chuck!

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