This page lists the most up-to-date information regarding what I am doing right now.

A little bit about me.

Motorhead, flying, golfing, baseball, hiking, skiing, bread making, guitar, you name it. My passions carry me in many different and odd directions, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.


I currently live in Austin, TX.


I currently work for Analytics8 as a data management consultant. My role focuses on modernizing clients’ data architectures, data modeling practices, and developer workflows. I am a certified professional in a number of technologies, including dbt (I’m an open-source contributor here!), Google Cloud, and Databricks. I have even made open-source contributions to the dbt-core project!


I have quite a passion for lifelong learning. So while much of education is in the past, I am definitely continuing to learn new topics right /now. It’s this passion that motivated me to learn web development by making this website. More formally, I graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering (yes that’s me on the front page!). If you don’t know what the IE curriculum entails, it is the science of Decision making, usually based on data, done so via:

  • Statistics
  • Optimization
  • Simulation

Thanks to my time in college, I have strong passions for data-driven solutions and using technology to eliminate repetitive tasks and free up time for more creative tasks.

Current Interests

Some of my current interests are:

  • Aviation (Microsoft Flight Simulator anyone?)
  • Formula 1
  • Any book on our Human Nature (psychology/sociology), especially those with data driven research findings.
  • Modern Data Stack
  • Anything cutting edge involving Python, R, or Julia languages

If you share some of the same interests, drop a line below!

How can I get in touch?

Send me an email to tyler @ this domain. If you simply want to keep up with what’s going on with me, you can subscribe to the mailing list for updates delivered straight to your inbox.

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