One summer, I wrestled sea turtles on backcountry beaches Hawaii for a half-decent living wage (and loved it). I survived a deadly bout of the autoimmune syndrome Guillain-Barre while serving as a Mormon missionary in Hong Kong. I was, at different times of my educational career, the class outcast and the Student Body President, and can probably empathize with everyone in between. I have dabbled in filmmaking and photography, and believe that creation is akin to living.
Six years ago, I married my incomparable wife Nicole, quit my job at the most valuable company in the world (and convinced my wife to quit hers) to become an entrepreneur, dedicated to chronicling every life story in the human race. Since then, I became a full-fledged product designer, cutting my teeth at Google and now designing experiences at Nordstrom.