A 3.5 Generation native of the San Francisco Bay Area, I grew up in a large extended family that was a bottomless well of lore and storytelling… from my Dad’s bedtime tales to my Grandfather’s Bigfoot experiences and everything in between.
Today, a practicing Catholic, I live in the Pacific Northwest with my wife and two kids of my own in a house with no TV. A Human Biology major with a master’s degree in Religion, I work for a “Big 4” consulting firm, helping consulting teams improve their new business pursuits through more compelling writing. The common denominator?
Storytelling. A LOT of it.
Stories shape how we know what we know, what we value and why.
I write this blog to pull back the curtain, sharing my personal reflections on the function of story across work, family, faith and fiction.
I hope you enjoy it.
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