I’ve been designing for print and the web since 1999. I started out of necessity – the nonprofit I worked for didn’t have the money to hire an outside firm, so I stepped in, figured it all out and got it done in style. Little did I know I’d found my calling.
In 2007 built my own site. Four years later I moved to Costa Rica and have been a freelance Full Stack Marketer ever since.
I’ve easily had more than two dozen jobs in my life. I’ve never been fired but also never saw the point of keeping a job I didn’t like – life is too short to spend your days doing something you don’t enjoy.
My first job was at a law office one summer during high school, to earn the money to pay for my first car.
After opting not to accept my early admission to New York University, I got a gig managing one of the first Coffee Bean & Tea Leafs. When it went corporate, I took off for Alaska to go work on a fishing boat for 6 months.
I’ve also been a waiter, painter, construction worker, stage manager, piano teacher, factory worker, Executive Director of a chamber of commerce, insurance agent licensed in 30 states, mortgage broker and beyond. One of my goals in life has always been to be an old guy with a lot of crazy stories. So far, so good!
In 2006, I went all in on a real estate project, that ultimately imploded in the midst of the Great Recession. I took a vacation to Costa Rica to clear my head. I fell in love with the country and decided to rebuild my life here, with monkeys, iguana, sloths and some killer ocean views!
Bachelor's of Science in Business,
Minor in Economics
As a Full Stack Marketer, I have a wide variety of complimentary skills.