During my career I’ve worked at agencies large and small, consultancies, run my own business, and worked in higher ed. I’ve been called a producer, a project manager, an interactive PM, and a digital producer. Regardless of what I’ve been called, one of the best parts of my job is that there is always a new puzzle to solve, and something to learn. Each day, when I come into the office, I bring an entrepreneurial spirit and a drive to make things better, run smoother and be more efficient — for my colleagues, my employers and my clients.
Before I became an agency guy, I got a MA in art history, a certificate in museum studies and taught for a year at a Catholic high school on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. I entered agency-land via Ogilvy, and worked on IBM. From there I worked at other NY agencies, such as MVBMS (now Euro RSCG), FCB, and, after a return to Boston, Mullen, Sapient, and others. Over the years I was fortunate to manage award winning projects for clients, including Intel, MTV, Nextel, HP, H&R Block, a big three consultancy, and Cigna.
Outside of the agency, when not coaching or watching my kids on various rinks and fields, or playing hockey myself, you can find me hanging in the kitchen with my family and friends, fermenting vegetables, trying to master sour dough bread, and mixing a classic cocktail or two.