What's right for you, may not be right for others.

Doings

I've lived a bit of a 'Benjamin Button' life. Work hard when you're young so you can enjoy life in your 40s, 50s and beyond. Success comes easy when you shun the bait of over-achieving. Busy over-achievers are like binge eaters. They aren't enjoying the taste of food or tasting the colours of life long-term if they aren't enjoying its gifts and curses along the way. 


My motto: Turn your interests and passions into situations, businesses and services for others while supporting your personal lifestyle. This isn’t for the sole purpose of making profit, but creating a life of freedom and opportunity. 


Design the life you want; the world should be your playground, not your prison, even if you have to play all the parts.

Points of Note: USA, Oslo, London

  • Professional Fundraiser raising more  than $35 million for charity.
  • Major Event Production, including over 400 sold out concerts, formal high-end galas and award ceremonies.
  • Agent - Personal Manager - Media Personalities, Fine Art, Music.​​
  • Sponsorship/In-kind in the millions including FOX, USA Today, ESPN, NBC, ABC, CBS, Sotheby's, Blackstone, Amazon, Deutsche Bank, MAC, AT&T, Ticketmaster, Microsoft, MTV, Starbucks.
  • Serial Lifestyle Entrepreneur.
  • UnFucked my life

And sometimes you play all the parts.

  • Chief of Staff
  • Executive Producer
  • Executive Director
  • Director of Development
  • Corporate, Media and Foundation Sponsorship Solicitor
  • Mastering and Audio Engineer, Videographer, Producer
  • Public Relations, Marketing & Communications Director
  • Software Engineer
  • Executive Personal Assistant
  • Estate Manager
  • Finance, Accountant
  • Legal Analyst, Drafting, Intellectual Property, Recording, Engagement Management Contracts, NDAs 
  • Social Media Manager
  • Logistic, Research, Quality Control Analyst
  • Private Security
  • Web Design, Graphic Artist
  • Disc Jockey​​
  • Hospitality Manager, Chef, Cocktail Bar Owner 

You can't always sit in your corner of the forest and wait for people to come 

to you...you have to go to them sometimes.  - Winnie the Pooh