I'm an engineer, designer, and occasional entrepreneur living in San Francisco, CA.
My current interests include MOOCs, ed-tech, music tech, "quantified self", computational finance, natural language processing, and all things mobile. I am product-minded. I like making shiny things, but now I also want to make substantive things.
Etude acquired by Steinway & Sons. Moved to NYC. Expanded the team and worked with publishers to create the first paid sheet music store on the iPad. Got shown once in an Apple ad.
Started a new startup called Etude to bring sheet music to the iPad and make it beautiful and interactive. Featured several times on the front page of the App Store.
Moved to San Francisco and went full-time on Wonder Warp Software, an independent software venture I had started in college. Its most successful product was ShoveBox, a syncing information-capture/organization tool for Mac and iOS.
Survived a brain tumor.
Graduated high school. Moved to Boston to study Computer Science at Northeastern. Managed both Dean's List and academic probation. Helped organize campus ACM. Interned at Expedia, Tapulous, and WHERE.
Born. Grew up in White River Junction, VT.
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