The reason the rest of us even have bios to share. Since he was out of town at our bio submission time, here’s how his crew describes him:
“He’s a combination of mad scientist and bleeding heart.”
“He’s smart, but he sure can’t spell.”
“He’s weird in a really respectable way.”
“He thinks sometimes the best advice is, in essence, don’t quit your day job!”
The bottom line: we think he’s awesome! With multiple patents under his belt and more than one successful company, his passion is clearly all things invention! He’s a brilliant mind, who’s loyal to the core, and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of his mission!
After starting 2 companies solo style, I joined forces with the Rock Star Crew at Little Idea to help other ladies (and fellas too) get their ideas off the ground!
"I recognize how frustrating starting a business can be, but I also know just how damn rewarding it is! That being said, my favorite part of the process is seeing your paper napkin drawing become a tangible product. Obviously in this job, that's basically what my days consist of and that's why I think this job and its people are the absolute BEE'S KNEES!!
When I'm not engrossed in creative shenanigans at the office, you could easily find me schooling some local folk at foosball (seriously...I'm a beast), blaring some Tupac in the Little Idea Mobile (aka another one of our shameless attempts at company promotion), or simply dreaming of my stand-up treadmill desk (Yes, we do have a mechanical engineer on staff...No, I don't know why this hasn't happened yet...ask Heyward. Oh, and GO HEELS!"
“As the engineer for Little Idea, I really enjoy my job, I get to work on many different projects and get to learn about all kinds of new and interesting stuff daily. For instance, did you know 34% of all humans are born without wisdom teeth, and the same day I'm in the work shop making a "works like" prototype for...well I can't tell you...”
When I’m not at work, I’m Rock Crawling - Steps for building a good Rock Crawler, Step one, find a prefectly good, street legal, nice riding truck. Step two spend all your money on completely re-work the supension, putting on big, not nice riding tires, making the truck not street legal. Step three, trailer the truck to a place, in the middle of nowhere, where you can drive over rocks, most likely destroying the body, and break expensive parts. Step four, fix the broken stuff and repeat step three.
Sarah (online/social media marketer and graphic/web designer):
I started school wanting to be an interior designer...and then decided to feed my love of technology instead. One web technologies degree later, I'm working as a web designer and an onliner marketer. You can't keep me away from social networks! I love making new contacts and friends.
Oh, and I write too. You'll find me most Saturdays sequestered away in my room typing away like there's no tomorrow. I also like to Photoshop to make pretty graphics and edit pictures of rock stars to put on my blog or just look at. (You don't even want to know how many I have...)
When I'm not at work, playing around on my computer, or scheming about future road trips and concert meetups, I'm dreaming about being a rock star or becoming a hippie. It's fun; you should try it sometime!