In my twenties, I’d always imagined that my great life’s work would be just that… work. Whether it be a viral advertising campaign, an acclaimed independent film, or through sharing a passion for leatherworking, my goal was to leave my mark. My success would be gauged through creativity, work ethic, and determination.
And then everything changed; in 2017, I married single mom after falling in love with both her and her kid. The jump from an free-lance globetrotting socialite to a family man teaching college has been an adjustment, but no less of an adventure.
At 32, I now find myself teaching Advertising Strategy at the University of Texas at Arlington and enjoy learning every day from my wife, my step-daughter, and my students.