Role at FoxFuel: Developer
Ian hails from the great land of Pennsylvania. He moved to Nashville to go to Belmont where he learned to love tacos, code, and apparently, Nickelback. When he’s not writing that sweet, sweet code, he’s playing music, visiting taco trucks, and meeting new and interesting dogs.
What's your favorite...
Show on Netflix?
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: they’re narcissistic, idiotic, energetic, and full of terrible ideas. They remind me of my friends!
Happy place in Nashville?
Any taco truck, where you will find me eating a $5 burrito doused in hot sauce and sippin’ on sweet Horchata.
80’s hair band?
Def Leppard! Sure they’re as old as my parents but I’ve still seen ‘em 3 times! (Not even halfway joking)
Book that describes your life?
Idealistic answer: On the Road by Jack Kerouac
Realistic answer: Web Design for Dummies
My ‘60s reissue Sunburst Les Paul
Jim from The Office
All About Ian
Where were you born?
What is the most frustrating question, comment, or feedback you get related to work?
“Oh, you know how to code? Will you hack my neighbor’s WiFi?”
What was the first thing you failed at?
Adding on to my 1-hit-streak in my first (and only) season of little league baseball. It was almost one for the record books.
If you could do anything other than advertising, what would it be?
I’d make a super-trill rapper.
What is the best memory you had from your childhood?
Playing Green Day covers at my 5th grade talent show. I think the fame went to my head a little bit.
Who’s the person in your life you look up to the most?
The man taking my order from inside the taco truck.
What do you look forward to the most every day?
If I’m being good, the road ahead of me. If I’m not, my cell phone.
Would you rather only listen to Nickelback songs or reread all 56 pages of iTunes’ terms and conditions, every day for the rest of your life.
NICKELBACK ALL DAY. C’mon, there are some decent cuts from the older years. I don’t celebrate their entire catalog, just the pre-2005 stuff!