Aboard a ship or aircraft, the Navigator’s responsibility is to establish his craft’s current location and plot its desired course, taking care to avoid any hazards along the way. True to its roots, Navigator specializes in guiding small ships through unfamiliar waters, leading them into new and lucrative territory.
CBO (CHIEF BARKING OFFICER)
I consider myself an explorer and a creator, more interested in growing as a person and innovating in my work than “doing it right” – whatever that means. When everyone else goes one way, I’ll choose instead to go the other and hopefully get a little lost.
I’m a graduate of the University of Colorado - Boulder with degrees in Creative Advertising, Writing, and Digital Media Design. More than anything, though, I consider myself a storyteller.
"The very basic core of a man's living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon.
For each day to have a new and different sun."
– Jon Krakauer
I prefer coffee shops to cubicles, hostels to hotels, and bus stops to business meetings. Someday soon, Navigator will be run from the back of dirty, old Westfalia, but until that day, my horizons are building a business and raising a feisty Australian Shepherd.
Jumping Off Big Rocks Into Water
I've gotten lost in 42 countries on 6 continents.
I hold a patent for detecting distracted driving behavior and correcting it with positive reinforcement.
I once experienced a magnitude 7.8 earthquake while sleeping in the back of a car in New Zealand.