I’m a tech entrepreneur who is obsessed with crafting and growing beautiful products that delight customers and win markets. I’ve designed, marketed, and managed B2B and B2C products around web, mobile, and API platforms. My last company, Eventjoy, raised venture capital from investors such as Y Combinator and was later acquired by Ticketmaster, the world’s largest ticketing company. My secret sauce is the ability to listen to customers on the ground level while still having a 10,000 ft view of the market. This helps me design and position products through compelling user experiences and stories in the fastest way possible. Nearly all of the products I've worked on offer do-it-yourself (DIY) experiences that focus on empowering people to do great things easily. I also enjoy supporting other entrepreneurs with their endeavors through advising, investing, or being a sounding board.
New I've been doing a deep dive into blockchain, especially around non-fungible assets and how to make blockchain applications usable for consumers. I'm currently working with and advising a few teams in the space. If you're building interesting products here, please drop me a note.
Mailjoy is a DIY tool that abstracts all of the complexities of direct mail and print into a delightfully simple, yet powerful experience. I design and manage every aspect of the product experience. I also create all marketing content and campaigns. On a day to day basis, I handle customer success, operations, and sales. Mailjoy is bootstrapped.
FOUNDER AND CEO
Eventjoy was a multi-platform DIY tool that made event organizing easy for creators and hassle-free for attendees. I designed and managed the web experience for event creators, iOS and Android apps for event attendees, and an API platform for developers. I raised venture capital from investors such as Y Combinator and led the company's acquisition to Ticketmaster. Eventjoy was merged into another Ticketmaster entity in 2015.