For the last 15 or so years, I’ve been learning from and contributing to the success of some of the world’s most well-respected creative companies. Starting out as a client and project lead, I’ve gradually increased my scope to overseeing operations, business development, financial strategy, client relations, culture, and talent. Lately I’ve developed a decent record of growing teams and revenue while innovating process and workflow, and tend to gravitate towards tackling new types of projects or internal working models. I’ve been lucky to keep my hands at least partially on the work itself the whole time, and I’m grateful to have worked alongside organizations like The Met, Patagonia, The Wall Street Journal, Google and Spotify on everything from brand development to launching new business-critical products. I have every intention of staying connected to projects and teams, because I believe the front is the best place to lead. It’s also fun and pretty much the reason we’re all here.

When not working or escaping to mountains or water, I live in Park Slope with my wife Julia and our spiritual advisor, Leroy.