Originally an architect working for Norman Foster, I have been an Internet Entrepreneur for 15 years.
I have co-founded and helped build 4 Internet companies, the largest of which is worth more than $600 million. My day-to-day role within these companies was to specify and design the user experience and develop the product roadmap. I was an Entrepreneur in Residence at MRL Ventures, an incubator formed by the founders of Paypal, where I was responsible for business analysis of the local and mobile sectors.
I co-created a core component of Web 2.0 (RSS 1.0) and of Social Network Services (one line bio), both of which are used by nearly half a billion people worldwide.
Because of my depth of perspective having been involved in the web for its entire history, and having first hand involvement with the individuals, corporations and technologies of both Web 2.0 and Social Network Services, I can offer unique guidance to larger corporations who are looking to develop and implement online strategies, or are looking to invest in or acquire third parties.