Some people call me passionate. It’s true.
Passion is what fueled me to quit my executive gig at one of the world’s largest advertising agencies and start my own business without a single client. In 2005, I founded Commerce House, a boutique advertising agency located in the heart of the Dallas Design District.
As much as I love my day job, one of my greatest passions is staying active in my community. In addition to serving on the board of directors for The Thanks-Giving Foundation, I’m a board member for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas, the Promising Youth Alliance and the Dallas Film Society. I’ve also served on committees and advisory boards for the Dallas Symphony, the Junior League, March of Dimes, the Cattle Barons Ball and the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans.
I’m graduate of Bucknell University. My wife Pam and I live in Dallas with our two children.