I’m an entrepreneur and writer living in New York City. Right now, I’m working on Bureau, a startup that makes it easy for companies to furnish office space.
I am also writing a novel about the future of technology, along with semi-regular blog posts about startups and tech, which I occasionally publish in places like Techcrunch. You can find a list of my writing here.
More about me…
- In 2018, I was a Venture Fellow at Notation Capital, where I researched frontier tech and explored ideas in real estate, AR/VR, the gig economy and publishing.
- In 2017, I co-founded Recess Labs, a program in NYC for technologists exploring new ideas. We created a space for makers in transition to “play” with projects that interested them, with less upfront emphasis on whether the result would be a Death Star-scale business. In the year I ran the program, we served 30 fellows across two batches — including exited founders, ex-VCs and employees of top tech companies — and partnered with Grand Central Tech for free office space. Products incubated at Recess include Crypto NYC, Vowel, Enrise, Nara, and Edittress.
- From summer 2016 through spring 2017, I traveled around Europe, Asia and North America. Highlights include joining a road trip from London to Mongolia as part of the largest team ever fielded for the Mongol Rally and writing the first draft of my novel. While traveling, I consulted for startups and organizations including Trim, Betaworks and Toptal.
- From 2013-2016, I was a founding member of the New Ventures team at Redfin. I worked on partnerships, corp dev and new businesses, including: our acquisition of Walk Score, writing the first business plan for Redfin Now, and leading our exploration of VR.
- I studied Ethics, Politics and Economics at Yale. While there, I learned about investing as a three-year intern with David Swensen and the team at the Yale Endowment.
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