Lived on the Cape courtesy of a ’67 Triumph (and residuals from a commercial he created in college that went national). Helped build a school for handicapped children – and then stayed on to work there. Played guitar (in the mountains of New Hampshire) and harmonica (in a country-rock band). Owned the Mt. Adams Pavilion, till a girl named Lori and a dog named Dixie changed everything. Studied city planning, but advertising agency opportunities and work always seemed to find him first. He’s been racecar driving, mountain climbing, cave exploring, rappelling and zip-lining. Loves wine – and loves sharing it (that’s what it’s for). One day he may even finish the last bottle in his cellar.