What’s the one word that kills even the biggest, baddest, most fascinating innovation?
It’s four letters.
And it's the worst thing you can hear when you’re trying to explain your tech or engineering product.
The only thing more demoralizing than “WHAT?” Is the scrunched face that comes with it.
The squinted nose like something stinks.
Eyebrows so high they could hit the sky
Is that how you want people to react when you’re talking about your subject matter?
Your vast technical knowledge deserves more than snoozy, wtf content. We’re gonna turn it into an unforgettable ⚡ “a-ha moment”⚡ that sticks.
My superpower is insatiable curiosity.
On long walks I wonder why trunks, barrels, and cables bunch together on some power poles and not others, how nuclear fission works, why birds named Veeries can better predict hurricanes than computers and expert meteorologists, and how I can perfect my homemade Enigma machine. I use this superpower 24/7 to craft great content that explains ‘tough subjects’ in powerful ways that people understand and love.
So let's turn your knowledge into
brain-tingly, mind-blowing, obsessively readable writing that can turn 🤔 into 🤩!
Here's some awesome industries I've had the opportunity to partner with since 2019:
💡 Space Exploration
💡 Artificial Intelligence
💡 IoT Internet of Things
💡 Process Automation
💡 Electronics Manufacturing
💡 RF/Microwave Instrumentation
💡 Thermal Interface Materials
💡 Satellite and RFID Tracking Technologies
💡 Cloud Computing
☀️ Still waiting for Kevin Feige to call to hear me out on just one of my 3,000 twisty-good story concepts for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (I’ve seen Avengers: Endgame more times than the number of dried-out pens in your junk drawer.)
☀️ I’ve finished 8 IRONMAN Triathlons and am currently considering coming out of retirement for a ninth. People often ask me about the most interesting thing I’ve learned about. I’d say that it was the discovery that one pays actual money to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, and top off the day with a 26.2 mile run.
☀️ I graduated from the legendary FAME high school in New York City for Fine Arts. No, I never saw anybody dancing on top of a taxi cab.
☀️ Growing up in the Big City sure harvests a passion for adventure, so I journeyed to Southern California to attend Pepperdine University, majoring in Advertising with a minor in Marketing. Don’t ask me why a ‘Wave’ is a good mascot.
☀️ I found it so hilarious that actual lifelong fans of the New York Knicks would protest outside The Garden by hoisting pink slips for the players and staff, that there was no other football team for me than the New Orleans Saints. A then near-pitiful team whose very own dedicated diehards wore paper bags over their heads to cloak their true identities. #WhoDatNation
☀️ Favorite quote: “The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” - Albert Einstein