I grew up in a household where a quick wit was passed down genetically as a means of survival.
I had a raccoon as a pet. It would climb my leg and perch on my head Davy Crockett-style.
I made my first “B” in the fourth grade and I still hate that teacher to this day.
I plan on running with the bulls in Pamplona before my knees turn into arthritic dust.
I wrote a thriller titled “The Cats” when I was seven. It was hailed as an instant critical success and was immediately followed up by “The Dogs.” I deny this implies I am a formulaic writer.
There are only two professions I’ve ever wanted to pursue: professional baseball (age 11) and advertising.
My goal is to be the best creative. Ever.
Marketing, advertising, television production, radio production, print production, writing, copywriting, art, art direction, script writing, film direction, strategic planning, creative concepting, new product development, guerrilla marketing, market research, new market development, communications, thinking outside the box.
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