A Brief Work History

I sold my first software at 15. It is unimaginable today for people to pay middle schoolers to write software, but I was lucky to get my start this way.

After a degree in electrical engineering, I got my first real job writing software at IBM. Shortly after, wanting to learn more about user interfaces, I went back to school for HCI.

In 2011, I joined Microsoft where I helped build Hotmail into and new mobile apps as part of Office. This was a formative part of my career, both in terms of getting ramped up professionally and building up skills in product management.

At the end of 2015, I started Echlo with Pete Turner. Trying to get Echlo off the ground was one of the hardest things I’ve done; it was a dramatic departure from big-co and this taught me a lot about startups. I was hooked.

My next adventure was with Honeycomb where I joined as employee 15 and the first product designer working on observability for software teams. Around 2019, I joined Advanced MedTech as the inaugural Head of Digital Experience working on a digital strategy for a traditionally medical devices company.

Since 2021, I’ve been working with startups in various capacities. Most recently, I made some interesting applications for software developers at CodeSee.

My Selected Portfolio

Other Projects