I've had the privilege of working with some amazingly creative people over the years, many of whom I call friends.
I grew up on the east coast, moved to the wilds of Jackson Hole after college, called Seattle home for a while and now am back in Jackson where I belong.
Somewhere along the way, I spent a couple years in Colorado learning about solar energy with the good people at Solarenergy.org. I also spent a couple years down under, getting an MBA at the University of Melbourne. Aussies really are as much fun as everyone says.
I started my career in marketing at Ride Snowboards when it was just a startup, working with a dedicated community of people passionate about the mountains and the sport of snowboarding.
A few years later I joined Groove Technology, one of the real pioneers in streaming video online. We built an international community of music fans and DJs who tuned in to watch and listen to Groovetech Radio online.
For me, Good Chemistry is about how we relate to each other, our communities, environments and the ideas, products and organizations that impact us on a daily basis.
I've never ceased to be amazed at all that's possible when creative people collaborate. The social web has opened up all kinds of new opportunities for creativity to flourish.
Ultimately, I formed Good Chemistry because I believe we can and should try to harness this creative energy to change things for the better.