I’m a message and media guy. And after a few tours of duty at some of the most consequential communication and lobbying firms in Washington,
I know what’s valued and trusted for clients.
With a background in Democratic politics and a decade of corporate advocacy experience, I’m focused on helping clients put action and words to their vision. And I find being as passionate about my clients’ goals as they are is a big key to success.
I have led big teams through harrowing crisis campaigns, major corporate announcements and vicious press cycles. But I always do it with my clients’ core values and goals as a starting point.
Before co-founding Lot Sixteen, I managed multi-million dollar advertising campaigns, oversaw dozens of online advocacy efforts, facilitated dozens of client and publisher partnerships and wrote more creative copy than I can remember.
I’m a true Connecticut Yankee—born and raised in New Fairfield, CT and a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford. I’ve been married since 2003 to my wife, Amy Rosenbaum, and we have three amazing (and exhausting) children.