Beautiful North Carolina, my home state, is where you can experience four seasons across four types of terrain. I imagine the landscape has drawn me as a deep appreciation for the diversity of human experience. Starting from the Atlantic Ocean moving inland; experience the Tidewater, featuring a breathtaking collection of towns nested among the waves of the Outer Banks; next, the Inner Coastal Plain, full of crops and life affirming workers; then stroll into the Piedmont, with its lush rolling hills and boisterous communities, like Charlotte, where I hail from; lastly, a perfect section of the Appalachian Mountains, featuring the Shenandoah Valley, which I have motorcycled on several occasions from Philadelphia, PA, where I apprenticed as a furniture maker back in 2004, to Savannah GA where I graduated from the Savannah Collage of Art and Design in 2006. Lately, I’ve been working on building a unique blend of creative services for people and organizations based on the parallels between need, want, and desire; and how to dream and invent new service strategy. I focus my time mastering Service Design, Product Strategy and Innovation while building a 17′ wood strip Canoe called “Freedom”.