I’m a father of two, husband to one, and the Director of Information Services at the Dwight School in New York, NY. I work at the intersection of education and technology, looking at ways to make teaching and learning both more fun and meaningful for everyone involved. While I love technology and the continued implications for its use to advance what we do in the classroom, I’m also interested in looking beyond technology and into the larger school culture and community issues.
I’m the licensee and curator of TEDxNYED (as well as one of its first group of organizers), a member of the first cohort of the New York State Association of Independent Schools Emerging Leaders Institute, a member of the International Baccalaureate’s IB Educator Network (trained to deliver workshops, conduct program authorization visits, and serve as a school consultant), an IB Middle Years Program moderator of student work in Technology, an organizer of EdCamp NYC, and a contributor to edSocialMedia. I’m also a hack musician and a frustrated classics scholar.