I was born in Atlanta, played hockey, graduated from college, and then worked as a journalist for a time.
My professional creative career began at DDB New York, working for and learning from some of the legends who made that shop legendary. The dozen or so years I lived in Manhattan enhanced my career and enriched my life —immeasurably so, as I met my ideal life partner there.
My wife and I have now returned to my native Atlanta, seeking a bit more space in which to expand our horizons. Our eight-year-old daughter makes the sun shine brighter and keeps us on a constant, endlessly rewarding learning curve.
When time allows, I play instruments, write songs, cook elaborate meals and photograph things that catch my eye.
I am fortunate, indeed.