Media Solstice

John Tirelli

Digital Project Manager


John Tirelli is a digital strategist who provides clients with innovative solutions, creative thinking, and effective digital project management from inception to completion.

John has a long history in web development and project management. Before joining the Media Solstice team, John worked as a consultant for dozens of area businesses, offering industrial design, full-stack web development, IT services, and operational efficiencies.

John started his career repairing and installing medical equipment in NYC area hospitals, and later went to school for engineering. Shortly after, John found a home within the Maker Movement, embracing the trend in which individuals create and market products that are recreated and assembled using unused, discarded, or broken electronic, plastic, silicon, or virtually any raw material and/or product from a computer-related device.

John shares his passion for the Maker Movement by teaching project-orientated classes for both adults and children at various educational institutions in Rockland, Sullivan, Orange and Sussex counties. He considers himself a true STEAM educator, as he is a staunch believer that science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics can all be used as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

He also volunteers at several repair cafes in libraries throughout the region, fixing people’s broken mechanical and electrical items free of cost.

John

John Tirelli

Digital Project Manager


John Tirelli is a digital strategist who provides clients with innovative solutions, creative thinking, and effective digital project management from inception to completion.

John has a long history in web development and project management. Before joining the Media Solstice team, John worked as a consultant for dozens of area businesses, offering industrial design, full-stack web development, IT services, and operational efficiencies.

John started his career repairing and installing medical equipment in NYC area hospitals, and later went to school for engineering. Shortly after, John found a home within the Maker Movement, embracing the trend in which individuals create and market products that are recreated and assembled using unused, discarded, or broken electronic, plastic, silicon, or virtually any raw material and/or product from a computer-related device.

John shares his passion for the Maker Movement by teaching project-orientated classes for both adults and children at various educational institutions in Rockland, Sullivan, Orange and Sussex counties. He considers himself a true STEAM educator, as he is a staunch believer that science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics can all be used as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

He also volunteers at several repair cafes in libraries throughout the region, fixing people’s broken mechanical and electrical items free of cost.