Marketing leader. Builder. Tinkerer.
Over the past decade, I've brought to life advertising, brand, and product strategy for Apple, Lenovo, Google, Facebook and Twitch. Thanks to a mix of being the family nerd and good with words, I've found a career home bringing novel technologies to humans through the power of stories and well-crafted software. I'm now at DoorDash, where I'm building a team of product marketers to empower the local economy by connecting people to the best of their city.
I wrote my first line of MS BASIC in the early 90's and a love affair with building software was born. When I moved to New York City in 2011 I was taken with the beauty of the old buildings and delighted to find that so much work had gone into documenting their history. I combined my passions for software and the past when I built Landmarks for iPhone, which guides people through the hidden history on the streets. Thousands of users later, and after more than a handful of projects that never quite took off, I still come back to that first 'real' project to get to know my city better.
I hold bachelor's degrees in Marketing and Finance from the University of Miami and live in Brooklyn. I enjoy reading books that make me think about the world in new ways, a good run in the morning, taking photos of the places and people I love, and hosting at home with my wife Whitney and our daughter, Remy.