I actually got my start in website design as a political blogger. In 2009, I started a website called StateBrief that covered Arizona politics. The website had a good two-year stretch and opened the door to some on-air pundit opportunities, including appearances on our local NBC Sunday Square-Off roundtable and on Fox News radio. But monetization was ultimately necessary so the blogging soon turned into political website design and then web design generally.
After saving enough money in my daytime job, I jumped into website design full-time in 2014. Today I work mostly with small businesses and individuals that want to establish a professional and effective online presence. This includes branding, creating e-commerce solutions, managing pay-per-click campaigns and other activities that help my clients reach their online objectives.
I have a MBA and a Master of Public Policy from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University. My wife, Beth, and I live in Scottsdale, Arizona.