I know what you're thinking. You're thinking that you'd love to read a long-winded paragraph written by some stranger on the internet attempting to describe themselves accurately, but really kind of coming off as a douchebag. Well, you've come to the right place.
You might recognize me as the world's most notorious Slack chatter, but I didn't always have this life of fame and glory. Back when I was a kid living in the East Village, I would spend hours tirelessly perfecting my Starcraft record while my neighbors did heroin in Tompkins Square Park. My love for technology probably started then, when I realized I'd rather create digital art than be forced to chill in the playground with a bunch of junkies.
Anyway, I'm a tech guy. I've been a product manager for 8 years, spent a few years in IT, and I'm not really sure what my title is now but there's a lot of JIRA involved. Look, if you're trying to make cool shit, I'm probably a good guy to have around.
Personal blog where I share what I’ve learned in tech.
Dev projects I’m actively working on.
A glossary of technical information.
A visual representation of my career thus far.
I’ve spent a decade in various product manager roles overseeing prduct strategy, execution, and optimization. Forever a student of product, I will always see technology with a discening eye.
I maintain a hobby for front and backend web development for personal projects. This interest has since expanded to include corporate application integrations, QA, and enterprise-level fixes.
There is some irony that a kid from the East Village is an authority on corporate process implementation. At WeWork, I implement methodologies and tools for teams across the organization.
Internal application strategy and development at WeWork. Building robust infrastructure to automate process, mine data, and make lives easier. Leading initiative to standardize and utilize corporate data for informed decisions.
Clients include CityHarvest, TD Ameritrade, DE Shaw, Livestream, and Forbes Travel Guide.
Launched the Blinkfitness brand and all associated marketing, point-of sale, and customer-facing technology products. Increased online conversation rates by 400% through testing and product initiatives.
Owned mobile product development across all Urbandaddy products. Managed client relationships and delivered projects for Lexus, Grey Goose, De Beers, and others. Experience 400% growth in user engagement across products in 2 years.
Spearheaded the Artnet rebrand across technology products including artnet.com, Price Database, Artnet Auctions, and the Artnet iPhone app.
Developed numerous internal-facing products, such as an online learning environment for nationwide Comcast front-line employees.