I’m guessing you’re here because you’re curious about me. If so, you’ve come to the right place! Let me tell you a few things about myself:
I’m a versatile kind of guy. I come from a blue-collar family, and learned to work hard at a young age. I have a growth mindset. I’m constantly improving, hacking, creating, learning, and thinking.
Right now, I’m working to start several new businesses. Last year, I worked for Orting Middle School teaching 6th grade science. Before that, I worked for a startup called MarketRFID where I function as the principle account manager. And, before that, I worked as the Director of Sales & Sourcing for Aromatics International. And before that, I made some fascinating discoveries about how birds fly at the University of Montana’s Flight Laboratory.
As a scientist, I studied the aerodynamics, biomechanics, and evolution of bird flight at the Flight Laboratory at the University of Montana. As a management professional, I work to gain market share, improve efficiency, and develop sales systems that increase revenue.
I live in Tacoma, WA, with my wife, Paige, who is a teacher-librarian at a local urban high school. I’m an avid rock climber, musician, designer, and photographer. I like to fly airplanes and paragliders, geek out in nature, and make weird things in my shop.