Q1. What is your position and what does it entail?
A. Supervising Producer of Everyday Edisons. I have managed the TV show and video operations since November 2006.
Q2. What do you enjoy most about working at Edison Nation/Everyday Edisons?
A. I learn something new every day. We see such a variety of ideas, challenges, and projects that it never gets old.
Q3. What’s your favorite food?
Q4. What are 3 items you can’t live without?
A. Air conditioning, modern medicine and my computer.
Q5. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A. A pilot
Q6. If you could live someone else’s life for just one day, who would it be?
A. Richard Bramson
Q7. Who are you often told is your doppelganger?
A. Eric Clapton and Steven Spielberg
Q8. If your life had a soundtrack, what’s at least one song that would be on it?
A. Hotel California
Q9. What’s a favorite funny EN office memory?
A. 2006 office Christmas Party. Daniel Cordero and Michael Cable sumo wrestled in fat suits. Hilarious.
Q10. What do you think is the greatest invention in your lifetime and why?
A. The combination of the integrated circuit and microchip. These led to modern computers, which increased the pace and progress of virtually every area of innovation, and made the ability to create and innovate accessible to everyone from governments to big companies, and the independent inventor.
Be sure to check back next month to meet another member of the Edison Nation/Everyday Edisons team.