What I’m working on Now

This page is the most up to date list of what I’m working on, thinking about and doing right now.

After several years of being nomadic, I have an apartment in Washington, DC. Give me a shout if you will be in DC (or NYC as I’m there frequently).


I’m running Storemapper, a SaaS business that let’s brands embed a store locator on any website with no coding required. More broadly it helps businesses, help their customers figure out where to buy their stuff IRL.

I’m writing an ebook on Micro-SaaS businesses. If you run or know someone who runs a small SaaS business let’s talk.

A few other small projects to be announced soon.

Job openings

I’m looking for a writer/editor for several projects including the ebook above and also interviewing some of our Storemapper customers. Looking for someone interested in learning a lot about entrepreneurship and online businesses.

Part-time consulting for a strong Javascript developer in general with specific experience working with the Google Maps & Mapbox JS APIs. Maybe a few days a month for some coding and guidance.

Best way to help me

I’m looking to learn as much as I can about non-profits/charities working in the following areas: environmental and wildlife conservation, water issues, climate change and energy, migration and refugees. If you know anyone, particularly on the marketing or fundraising side, that works for non-profits doing cool stuff I would love an introduction.

Things I like to geek out on

  • Climate change issues, cleantech and solar.
  • Travel bags and gear. I have an addiction.
  • Rock climbing. If you climb and are in the DC area let’s hit the rock gym in Crystal City or go outside when it’s cooler.
  • Mezcal. Will be in/out of Oaxaca area over the next few months, looking for people to join on some scouting missions in the Mexican countryside.

Best way to connect

For quick stuff, say hi on Twitter. For longer things or to schedule something, email is best: tyler at this-domain.

Last Updated

August 19, 2016

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