My personal bio is a little disjointed, but I can’t do it any other way.
I have a hard time balancing work and family. My wife hates it, but I am very accessible to all of my clients. I’m an absolute workaholic and when I’m immersed in a project it becomes a baby that I nurture until it’s ready to be set out into the world. It’s a sickness that benefits all of my clients. I think the bottom line is that I really love what I do. It’s not work, it’s an endless wave of adventure and excitement.
When I’m not working I love getting on the floor and playing with my son, Dylan. He’s a very cute kid and we have a lot of fun together. I also love to spend time with my beautiful wife, fellow Brain Byter, Courtney Sirotin. Courtney and I met in 2003 and have been inseparable ever since. We moved in together two weeks into dating and we got married in 2005 in Wolfeboro, NH on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. Courtney and I have a great relationship because we get each other’s (twisted) senses of humor. We love to laugh, go hiking and watch television together.
I have some amazing friends and I happen to be in business with most of my closest ones. I feel so lucky to be surrounded by so many incredibly talented individuals who all understand the importance of creativity and professionalism. Everyone I choose to do business with must understand the importance of two things: efficiency and having fun. When you have these two things in place you really can’t go wrong.
As a kid my family moved around a ton and that’s probably why I have lived in so many places as an adult. Most people hate it but I love moving and exploring new places. If I had it my way I would move to a new state every five years, but now that I am married and have a kid I don’t think that’s in the cards.
I have several goals in my life.
1. Be a great father.
2. Be a great husband.
3. Be a successful visual artist and business person.
5. Live to be 101 years old and die in my sleep.