Life is measured in years young. Hikes are measured in hours of feasting. Success is measured in goals. I measure myself by my breath. Here’s a glimpse into what makes me me:
We’ll Someday Call This ‘Old-Fashioned’ – About Me
When I was 0, my identical twin brother Brian lost the race out of the womb, completing our family of three kids. When I was almost 1, my dad, who had been stationed in Germany, moved us to the United States for the first time. When I was 4, Florida’s Clown College was my dream school. When I was 10, my family settled in Texas, where we spent the next eight years. When I was 14, my grandparents gave me my first digital camera, inspiring photography as a hobby. When I was 18, I enrolled at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study mechanical engineering. When I was 19, I re-discovered the joy of fingerpainting. When I was 20, engineering bored me, so I enrolled in a masters program for Technical Communication, then Denmark stole my heart while on study abroad. When I was 21, I started my career communicating product value for Ecovative, a biomaterials company specializing in growing high performing composites from fungi. When I was 24, I started to run long distances and competed in triathlons. Unrelatedly, I beat my brother and sister in a “race” to visit all 50 states, a hallmark of my love for travel. When I was 26, I made a big leap, moving my life to Berlin. When I was 29, corona happened, and – after much stagnation – I decided to create the life I wanted. What’s next? I’m dedicating the current chapter of my life to empowering people. When I am 84, I will be the old man who still likes to dance.
Explore Past Work:
American Danish – 2011
Boston Marathon Fundraiser – 2017