Chase and his better half.


I'm Chase Lake, a physicist and computer programmer located in downtown Denver. I'm a freelance programmer specializing in standalone object-oriented applications in C++ and Java, web applications, and embedded system programming. I also work with video games, virtual reality, mobile application development, and networking to a lesser extent.

I graduated from Whitworth University in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in both Physics and Computer Science and a minor in Mathematics and moved to Denver with my girlfriend for work in October of 2020. I have worked on a large variety of complex projects, using both modern physics and computer technologies to solve technical problems.

Some professional things I'm passionate about are scientific education, modern technologies, team organization, and project management. I believe everyone should have access to high quality education, excellent modern technology, and an effective and enjoyable team.

Less professional things I'm passionate about are cooking, traveling, board games and tabletop games, hiking, snowboarding, video games, and reading among other hobbies.


Some examples of projects I've worked on are:

Chase looking smug.

Prior Work Experience

I've worked a plethora of jobs over the years. Everything from customer service-oriented positions to technical research positions. I moved to Denver in October of 2020 during the pandemic and have been developing my career path ever since. For a more up-to-date list of my job experience, feel free to check out my LinkedIn profile.

Here's some of the more notable jobs I've worked before moving to Denver, in reverse-chronological order:

Beyond these, I've also been a professional driver, a lifeguard, a freelance programmer, a tutor for each of my disciplines (math, physics, and computer science), and a lab assistant.

I also programmed and host this website in my spare time. If you'd like to reach out to me to learn more, check out my contacts page and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks for taking the time to read all this! I'm excited to hear from you soon.