I am a hardware and software program manager in Seattle. I work in the Isilon Storage Division of EMC.
For fun I research local history. In Fall of 2013 my first book was published, Lost Seattle (follow link for sub-site). I also write a rephotography column on Capitol Hill Seattle blog. Previously I ran a similar series on Seattlest.com. I serve on the Mayor’s Landmarks Preservation Board.
Past activities included board member of Pacific Northwest Historians Guild, chair of the Mayor’s Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board, and member of the urban design plan advisory board for Seattle’s International District. Incidentally, I’m certified fluent in Japanese.