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I believe everyone is creative.

I aim to realize this through THE COMPANIES I'm CONNECTED TO and the fun stuff I do on the side


After 15 years, my company, Slice of Lime, was acquired by Pivotal in January of 2016. I now run the Boulder office for Pivotal Labs. Pivotal is focused on "transforming the way the world builds software." 

At Pivotal, I'm focusing on building an amazing team and bringing value to both startup and enterprise clients. We enable our clients by teaching them our process and providing a unique approach to UX Design, Product Management, and development.


I started Slice of Lime, a UX Design agency, in 2001. For over 15 years, I put my heart into the company. I couldn't be more proud of our people and what we created together.

Through the years, we grew an outstanding team of User Experience Designers. Slice of Lime was listed on the Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States with over $2MM in revenue. We' were named to Outside Magazine's Top 100 Places to work and recognized as the "Most Effective UX Agency" in an international competition via UX Maqgazine.

Locally, we were consistently listed as one of the fastest growing and top private companies and our culture was recognized in larger publications such as CNN Money and Inc.

We rallied behind the mantra "Create Amazing Experiences" which not only applied to the work we produced, but also to the way our clients felt about working with us and the work environment we  created.

Slice of Lime was acquired by Pivotal in early 2016. You can read all about it in the Fortune article here.



Outside of work, I've tried to find projects to take on to do for friends, for the community, for my kids, or just for me. All of my projects aim to stir up a little creativity in the people that interact with them.


Other Projects



I started a Meetup group called iter8, focusing on how all kinds of companies can find success by iterating on their ideas.

Savvy Society

I sit on the Advisory Board for Savvy Society, an amazing startup that inspires children to create their own jewelry using 3D printing.

Children's Mural

I created a mural for Families First, an organization that provides services which strengthen families, nurture children, and end the cycle of child abuse and neglect. The mural is interactive and aims to inspire creativity in kids by having them contribute their own art to a magnetic wall.


Heartfelt Owls

I've been working on the design of my daughter's room for over a year. These owls are the final touch.



Snowflakes Don't Wear Pants

"Snowflakes Don't Wear Pants" is a children's book I made for my daughter.



Nübi is a "connected toy" that I created with the help of the fine folks at Slice of Lime. Nübi went on to win best toy in the DevelopHer Toy & Game Challenge.



Boulder Popcorn

Boulder Popcorn was started by a friend of mine to show his kids a thing or two about running their own business. 


Rock Barbers

Rock Barbers is a men's only barbershop in Colorado. I created their logo as well as the packaging for their awesome hair products. 



Boulder:Create Podcast

Boulder:Create is a Podcast I created that features all things creative in Boulder, Colorado.


"Fourteener" Card Game

Fourteener is a card game I'm working on that's all about getting to the top of one of Colorado's "14ers" (mountains over 14,000 feet).



Projects in Concept Mode

There are always a bunch of ideas bouncing around in my head.
These are a few that I've been thinking about for long enough that they're likely to become a reality.


nano is a brewery concept that uses home brew recipes and "taps" into the crowd to vote the best brews up or down. Brews with more votes stay in production at the brewery. Over time, "nano brewhauses" in different states could make this a really fun concept.

FriendlyBranch is the name of a company I'm considering starting up that focuses on inspiring creativity in kids.