My Loves

A Few Of My Favorite Things



Ever since my teenage years music has been one of my greatest passions. In high school I started a record label to help my friends record and promote their music. I am still a huge music fan and try to attend shows as frequently as possible.


Tattoos are a huge part of my identity as I've been going under the needle since I was 16 years old. love the idea of permanent art and the history and heritage of the tattoo culture. Most of my tattoos are designed like old school Americana tattoos.


Living in Boulder is great because I can ride my bike and hike in the summer as well as snowboard and snowshoe in the winter. Aside from the sports I like to play I also like to play fantasy football with my friends and host a podcast about it.


Despite my degree in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder I have always been interested in marketing. After learning from my failures in marketing as an accidental entrepreneur I have dedicated myself to excelling at marketing.

What people have said about my work

[Jeff’s] marketing expertise continues to impress me as he regularly improves our strategy and delivers results.

[Jeff] was instrumental in building our marketing strategy at Giantnerd and never failed to bring a fresh, creative perspective to the table. He is a forward thinker who stays up to date on industry trends and best practices.

Jeff is awesome. Super smart re: email marketing and was very helpful. Highly recommend giving him a call.

Jeff is an excellent online marketing professional whose passion has enabled him to learn and grow quickly in the complex world of online marketing.  Jeff has demonstrated the ability to create winning strategies leveraging various online channels. Jeff is of the rare breed of marketers that posses both a highly creative and deeply analytical mind.

My Blog

The Beginning Of The End

I’m certain that this is the millionth blog I have started. I can’t promise that I will keep it going, but I fully intend to. I feel obligated to legitimize this blog (as I have all my others) even though I am questioning whether or not that is what sets these things up for failure. So this time I want to point out why this one will succeed where the others have failed. For one, the scope of this blog is too large to get tied down trying to prove something. I’m not spouting out my economics beliefs (although I will), and I’m certainly not trying to fit into a mold of a scene (catch ya later livejournal RIP sorrowingxstar). This time it is just me, being me, completely honestly. I’m hoping that I can share things on here that I won’t even admit to myself. Secondly, I feel like the more I experience, especially within the literary world, I understand that there is a fine line between being a horrible writer and a great one. I am determined not to let my self-consciousness about my writing deter me writing publicly.

After what I perceive is a sufficient legitimization for this experiment, I want to move onto something more important to me for this blog. The content. Thanks for reading the intro, and keep abreast (haha breast) for updates.