Writer, speaker, creative consultant.
I consult for advertisers at Citron Haligman.
Previously, I founded AKQA, a digital advertising agency which Fast Company has called one of the fifty most innovative companies in the world.
I edit The Long News, which tries to find news stories that might still matter fifty or a hundred or ten thousand years from now. I spoke about the project at TED 2010:
I presented a longer version of this talk at a conference for entrepreneurs in New York, and am available for speaking engagements.
I helped produce a documentary about a WWII Japanese submarine for the PBS series Secrets of the Dead.
An essay about how I met my wife was published in this book:
My first play, But Not For Lunch, had staged readings at the 2009 Northern Writes New Play Festival in Maine, the New Theatre in Miami, and the Mountain Playhouse in Pennsylvania.
A brief bio.