I run O'Reilly Media's hardware division, where I oversee publications and conferences related to electronics, manufacturing, industrial design, and anything else at the intersection between physical and digital. I write and speak regularly about the new hardware movement—the broad range of technological and organizational changes that are democratizing physical innovation.
My biggest project at O'Reilly has been the Solid Conference, of which I'm co-chair along with Joi Ito. The first Solid in 2014 was a landmark event in the emergence of the new hardware community, bringing together designers, engineers, artists, researchers, executives, and investors who work at the blurring line between digital and physical.
I also managed some of the internal data that goes into Forbes's big editorial efforts like the Forbes 400 and Best Places, and I've dabbled in content management systems as well, getting familiar with PHP and the WordPress API to help build Forbes's contributor platform during the summer and fall of 2010.
See my recent work for more.