About the Owner


Vector Management was started in 2007 with a desire to professionally advocate better for clients. While I received my formal education from the University of Washington in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, my passion for aviation ultimately led me to the cockpit. In acquiring flight experience through the normal channels of flight instruction and traffic watch over the greater Los Angeles area, I was fortunate to quickly find a job flying lear jets for a large southern California operator. Thereafter, obtaining my Airline Transport License, traveling a good part of the world, becoming a Part 135 pilot-in-command and eventually given greater management responsibility. All of which ultimately led to a move back home in the great Pacific Northwest.

Now, seeing an increased need for more direct professional advocacy and adaptable management in aviation related projects, I am able to provide clients a solution derived to best meet their priorities and specific interests. Some of my aviation qualifications include:

NBAA Certified Aviation Manager
Airline Transport Pilot
Type Ratings: LR-JET, HS-125, CL-600, CL-604, DA-7X
Certified Flight Instructor
Seaplane Rating
Certified Remote Pilot

While not working, my time is usually spent with my young family close by my side or throughout the community volunteering. I am incredibly fortunate to not only have a supportive wife and two wonderful children, but I get to serve as a Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation board trustee bringing a greater level of health care to Skagit County.

Most people that know me would describe me with three words – loyal, detailed, and frugal (except when it comes to safety). I live by those words and I believe those attributes describe how I treat my clients. I remain committed to you, the details required to safely and successfully operate in a complex regulatory environment and lastly, treat every dollar as if it were my own.

I look forward to working with you.

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