Principal/Director of Builder Relations
With EnergyLogic since day one, January 2006
Why did you co-found EnergyLogic?
Well helping to create EnergyLogic has been an expression of a passion that has been wonderful to see grow. Steve, Wynne, and I seem to balance each other to help create a unique place that is attracting wonderfully talented people. So our mission and the people I work with are why I wanted to take that step to creating EnergyLogic.
What is your favorite quote?
Continue to look for ways to build our three legged stool. Diversity makes us a stronger company.
What passions and talents do you bring to the EnergyLogic team?
I am passionate about the environment, energy issues and how building science is able to understand these things. I bring curiosity and the willingness to learn something new everyday.
How would you describe your role at EnergyLogic?
I am an owner and director of Builder relations which means that I have been doing this work for a long time and that I have gotten my hands dirty in almost every aspect of the company. I don't get to do that as much anymore, but I try my best to take what I have learned to help guide and educate our clients to make the wisest decisions they can to build efficient, safe, healthy and well performing homes.
What is something people may be surprised to know about you?
I was a salmon fisherman for five seasons out of Dillingham, Alaska.
Where have you lived?
I was raised in Golden, and lived in Colorado Springs and Denver. I have also lived in Seattle, Pine Wyoming, Japan, and Spain
What tops your current bucket list?
I would like to travel in the Stans. Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan or somewhere like that. An epic adventure.
Who makes up your family?
My wife Darcy, Marcus my son currently at CU Boulder, Hattie my daughter will be at CU Boulder, and a new puppy "M". Brother, sister, and their families are in Colorado and my mother is pushing 90.
Anything else you want people to know?
I feel very fortunate that I found my career in applied building science. My liberal arts and high school back ground did set me up for success. Don't let anyone tell you that you have to know what you want to do in college. You just need to be able to open yourself up to possibilities and experiences.