Bryan/College Station has given us so much over the years, we want to give something back to the city we love! We believe in a recursive economy and doing unto others as you would want reciprocated. As a result a portion of our proceeds are donated to the Fisher House foundation who build temporary relief homes for veterans needing medical or housing assistance.
I first came to Bryan/College Station in 2011 for my wife to attend A&M. Growing up with a military parent I had the opportunity to live in several different states and cities growing up. Bryan/College Station has exceeded my expectations over and over again. The people were different, the relationships stronger, the businesses more open. My passion for business has grown over the years and the BC/S area has been a huge part of that. I’ve spent 8 of the last 10 years managing people and processes, and believe honest, quality service is one of the most important fundamentals of success.
I grew up building and maintaining my own PCs and have long been a video gamer at heart. From the times of playing Wolfenstein 3D off of 11 floppy disks to the technology of today, I have always been interested in IT from a productivity and integration standpoint.
I have 2 dogs, a cat, and a green-cheeked conure, and enjoy spending time with almost any animals. My other hobbies include cooking, being a beer snob, and Call of Duty.
Since I was a young boy I’ve enjoyed working on computers. As I’ve grown up I’ve continued to develop my love of all things IT. It’s to the point that I have about a dozen computers at my house and a virtual lab all for tinkering and for whatever my next project will be. At this point you could pretty much call me a certifiable computer nerd, but since I’ve been in this field professionally for 8 years that shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Outside of the world of zeros and ones I enjoy collecting and playing didgeridoos. Something about that goofy instrument struck a chord with me the first time I heard it. In my spare time I also enjoy camping, kayaking, juggling, gaming, and after a long day a local craft beer.
On a more serious note I thoroughly enjoy the line of work I’m in. I enjoy a good problem to solve and like the thrill of coming up with innovative solutions to those problems.