For the last 10+ years, I’ve been working with IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and B2B startups transforming concepts into products, and sometimes acquisitions.
While developing websites in the early 2000s, I joined a community of open source developers which eventually lead to the discovery of WordPress Core.
Some odd years later I founded my ﬁrst company, a media group consisting of 5 owned and operated magazines, both in print and digital. After forming our team, which combined creative directors, photographers, and narrative journalists, we shifted our focus to consultative and creative services. In 2011, I developed an ad serving platform and launched our SSP/DSP, which later down the line integrated somewhere into Yahoo’s code.
A year later, I joined Nobis Technology Group, a provider of various specialized internet services. Among these companies is Ubiquity Hosting, where my involvement was two-fold; I was in charge of designing a new cloud product and curating Motion, the infrastructure management platform for the users. Sometime before 2016, the company was acquired. I returned to New York and started a small creative agency called Stellur, I have since launched a few products and joined a couple startups.
Over the years, I have worked with the likes of Conde Nast, Google, LVMH, and other luxury brands. I explored a mixture of industries. In my most meaningful role, I lead a matrixed cross-functional team which included product design, product engineers, combined with branding and marketing.