I’m a thirty-something father of three. I’ve been married since 1998. I still don’t know what I want to do with my life but I’m enjoying the journey so far.
I started my first job at 12, where I learned more than I ever wanted to know about Fuchsias.
I started my first business at 16, doing OpenVMS consulting after school.
I briefly attended Washington State University before realizing college wasn’t my thing.
In 2010, I went back to working for myself by starting Cohesive Logic, an IT consulting firm.
In 2013, I decided I wanted to expand my horizons so I turned my hobby of disaster preparedness into my second business and started Plateau Preparedness, an online retailer of quality disaster preparedness and survival gear. This business is currently on hold while I re-evaluate which direction I want to take it.
Currently I reside in Sammamish, Washington.
You can find me in various places across the internet:
- I spend a good deal of time on Twitter. Follow @jerephil here.
- I occasionally spin my thoughts into short(ish) blog posts located here.
- My travels have been sporadic lately, but I do still update my photoblog here.
- I’m in the process of setting up another blog entitled The Prepper Dad here. It may or may not be ready yet.