Drive, ambition, and a determination to get things done.
I’ve been fortunate enough to live in many places around the United States. I primarily lived in the Los Angeles area and have been in Las Vegas for almost 20 years. I have been in Las Vegas for so long, the adventure seeker in me wants to know where I’ll end up next.
Ever since I was a kid, I have always been fascinated by creating something from nothing, trying to think of the next big idea. I’m sure that’s what sent me down my photography career path (Womack Photography) and to create the travel website, Travelivery. With photography, I learned that it’s more about seeing what others don’t see that makes a great photo. With Travelivery, it’s about giving people something they may not have known they wanted. Learning both of these traits have helped me help others forge their own paths.
Although I believe being creative is my forte, I’ve stepped out of my comfort zone, to embrace other things. For instance, I never thought for 2 years I would help build a brand in Las Vegas that wasn’t my own but that would also introduce an entirely new business segment to the city of Las Vegas when I helped Bite Squad launch. I also didn’t think I would manage 50 employees with the company, which was quite an interesting task. Prior to the launching of Bite Squad in Las Vegas, the only place people thought you could get food delivered was from a pizza or Chinese food place. As you can see, with how many food delivery service brands there are out there, that is no longer the case.
I’ve also helped quite a few brands, formally and informally, via social media with innovative ways to connect with their current audience more, while finding additional eyes to see what their brand has to offer. I enjoy marketing interesting brands, as they help me grow, learn, and move forward in my career. Like the time I helped a company (Sky Combat Ace) convey to average, everyday people, that not only could they fly upside down in an airplane, but they would enjoy it as well.
Well, that is a small insight into me. To learn more, feel free to click the links above and below. Thanks for visiting.