Why did you join the BLM crew? What drew you to the business?
When I made the decision to relocate from New York to Florida I knew I wanted to stay within the media business and BLM felt like the perfect fit after interviewing with them.
What is your favorite part of coming to BLM everyday?
Seeing palm trees, warm weather, and not having to drive in snow.
What do you most enjoy about being on the BLM team?
The people, the culture of the office is great and it is a friendly atmosphere.
Who would you cast to play you in a movie about your life? What genre would it be?
Angus Cloud casted for a modern day me and Larry David casted for an older me. It'd definitely be a dramatic comedy.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Why?
I have been having this debate with myself since I was a child. At the moment it would be Teleportation, it would've helped out a lot with my relocation.
What word would you add to the dictionary? What does it mean?
Yaya, it means Home-Run, and it'd be nice for people to know what it means because I always look crazy yelling at the TV when the Yankees play saying "Come on, go yaya"
What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
Rugrats, Pokemon, Jackie Chan Adventures, Static Shock, Dragon Ball Z, Scooby Doo, The Wild Thornberrys, Catdog, Doug.
How do they get the deer to cross at that yellow road sign?
As a driver I have been in a total of three accidents, all of which involved a deer running across the street and into my car so I don't have an answer to this one.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
Playing baseball for the New York Yankees
Where can we find you when you aren’t at BLM?
Watching the Yankees, reading history books, playing baseball, and if in NY usually at The Local in Nyack.
You're stuck in the woods for three days, do you survive?
It depends where in the woods. If it's warm, yes I will survive. If it's cold and there's snow I would definitely freeze.
If you weren’t working for BLM, what would you be doing?
Teaching History and running for office.