To keep myself sharp (because a person doesn’t really understand something unless they can explain it simply), I teach real estate investment and development to graduate students at Kent State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design.
Lest my analytical side grow too dominant, I keep my creative brain active though photography, travel (with my wife and two children), reading, drawing, and a keen interest in all things design. I'm an avid tech junkie, love collecting (and using) vintage audio equipment and electronics, and can make espresso that gives any barista a run for their money. I have a number of other hobbies as well, but why would I bore you with all of that?
I'm an alumnus of Cornell University (graduate) and Kent State University (undergraduate), and currently reside in Shaker Heights, Ohio—a beautiful, old, first-ring suburb of Cleveland.
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