(This is a now page, and if you have your own site, you should make one, too.)

I’m currently building Air Mail, a digital weekly magazine I helped create with Graydon Carter, Alessandra Stanley, and a fine bunch of folks in New York. Air Mail launched in mid-2019 and since then I’ve been focused on improving the site for our readers, growing our subscriptions, improving our internal workflow, and supporting a growing team of editors to produce a weekly issue, published each Saturday.

I’m trying to share more online, starting with this website in 2020. We’ll see how it goes…


A few years ago, I co-founded a content aggregation and analytics startup called ZIG that has been written about in The New York Times, Fast Company, CNBC, and has been featured by Apple.

In 2019, ZIG was acquired by the Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Group.

Prior to that I spent several years leading the development team and running business operations for a mobile design and development shop in Dallas. Under my leadership, we grew the team from a handful of people to over 60 employees and full-time contractors while working with nationally recognized brands.

Some time ago, I helped transform a beleaguered web presence for the Navy and Marine Corps into the highest customer rated deliverable for the world’s largest intranet while consulting at EDS. I architected large-scale online campaign and engagement sites for Chick-fil-A and The Home Depot while leading the technical development team at The Richards Group. I created a consolidated online portal and content management system for hundreds of disparate local chapters of The Salvation Army.