I'm part of the founding team at Astronomer, a globally-distributed company working hard to solve some of the world's toughest data problems.
Spending most of my adult life surrounded by brilliant software engineers has made me realize one thing: I'm deeply inspired by hands-on creators with unwavering belief in their ideas. I'm passionate about building high-leverage tools that help enable those folks to build more efficiently and effectively and I plan on pursuing that mission for many years to come.
In a past life, I played football at the collegiate level and was a competitive ski racer. My academic years were spent toiling with physics and chemistry, but most of that intellectual real-estate has since been replaced by distributed systems, microservice architectures, and Stack Overflow answers.
Outside of work, I'm into vintage guitars, the state of Vermont (although I don't live there), music theory, exploring new places on skis, and the New York Mets.