Since a very young age, I’ve been intrigued by all things electronic and mechanical. I spent my first several years in life taking apart things to see how they worked, playing on my first computer (a Ti-99) at age three, as well as reading and writing. Times, gadgets, technologies, and computers have passed since then, and I currently still find myself interested in all of these same things.
As for my less geeky activities, I’m very much into music, cars, photography, dining, dogs, politics, and other random things such as exploring and photographing the nuances of the metro Denver area—really just traveling in general. My hobbies are all over the board really—I’ve done everything from playing percussion in the past to building and racing cars and motorcycles. After growing-up in a small town in the middle of nowhere, I can tell you the difference between a cow and a bull and other fun stories about rural life, but am also urban enough to point out a good mom & pop restaurant in a “cool” part of the city.
If you are interested in my career and background, you can read my online resume.