What is your background?
I was born and raised in Colorado Springs, CO, and attended the University of Colorado where I received a B.A. in Marketing & Organizational Communications and met my wife. I truly found my passion for Digital Marketing in my senior year when I worked for a small marketing firm and started my own business. After a few years in the small business world, I wanted to test my steel with larger engagements, so we left Colorado bound for Austin, TX with only what we could fit in our car. Shortly after arriving I accepted a position at a marketing agency where I was able to sharpen my skills and learn new aspects of a thriving career path. This built my skills to spread my wings and accept the position at (un)Common Logic as an Account Manager. As a board game lover, I am extremely fond of strategizing and moving the pieces of a campaign to best suit any given situation, and I look forward to seeing what the future holds at (un)Common Logic.
What are your responsibilities at (un)Common Logic?
As an Account Manager I work to determine next steps, implement strategy, oversee campaign builds, maintain client relationships, and help clients grow their business.
What’s your favorite thing about working at (un)Common Logic?
The strategy behind every decision, proposal, and suggestion we make. We have a great team at (un)Common Logic who work hard to solve every challenge that is presented in a logical way.
What’s the most challenging aspect of your job?
Maintaining balance. Managing for all of the moving parts, people, and strategies that make up day to day life at (un)Common Logic is a constant exercise in organization.
What makes Austin special?
Austin has a certain uniqueness that I find myself drawn to: it has the feeling of home – even when you are far away from loved ones. Not to mention it has the best food around!
Anything big happening this year outside of work?
The best thing in my book is routine, and my wife and I have been hoping to settle into our little slice of heaven this year – so hoping for nothing too big!
What’s the story you love to tell or the trick you love to do at parties?
I love to tell the story about when my wife and I fostered a Great Dane in our small apartment. He was afraid of almost everything and couldn’t climb stairs – we lived on the second floor. He also was allergic to all the dog food we gave him, so we cooked 2 pounds of turkey and pumpkin puree twice a day for him. Also, I play D&D regularly - I don't attend many parties.