So, this is the place where it’s standard practice to give you a sterile glimpse into my professional life and hopefully convince you that I’m qualified enough that you'll want to work with me. But, you should know, I’m anything but traditional. Before you keep on reading, I’d love it if you could take a few moments to watch the video below and learn a little bit about me. I know that four minutes is a lot to ask of someone in 2019, but, this video IS me.
Hometown: Summit, NJ
High School Sports Played: Soccer, basketball, lacrosse, ice-hockey (for real), javelin
College: Georgetown University ('07)
Sports Played: 4 years of Division I soccer, rugby (1 season)
Graduate School: New York University
Date Graduated: 2010
Degree Earned: Doctor of Physical Therapy
I am the creator of The Movement Maestro LLC, a social-media based company that provides both online and in-person education for movement professionals. Since starting The Movement Maestro LLC, I have amassed a social media following of almost 50,000 awesome individuals, which has lead to international speaking opportunities including Dubai, New Zealand, and Australia. In April of 2018 I launched what would become an equally successful podcast, Maestro on the Mic, which has been downloaded over 250,000 times to date. I also provide both one-one-one and group coaching for movement professionals, with a focus on brand strategy and development and the ever-growing digital marketplace.
Other Hobbies and Activities: CrossFit, driving around in my Jeep, Peggy, ex-marathoner, indoor rock-climbing, professional meme viewer, guitar playing, sneakerhead, SoCal lover
So, if you’ve made it this far, I commend you. I’ve got my fingers crossed that if you didn’t know anything about me before, you’ve now got enough to formulate some kind of picture and make a decision about our future together. Be nice. If you want to rendezvous, contact me. If you want to hear me talk, subscribe to the podcast. And if you want to be like Aerosmith and never miss a thing, subscribe to my newsletter. Thanks for your time.