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About Justin

Hey! I’m Justin. I’m an engineer and product person living in North Bend, WA.

Justin enjoying a glass of red wine

I’m currently working with the good people of Riot Games as a Technical Producer focused on product. I primarily work on the roadmap, strategy, and vision for the tech and services behind League of Legends & Teamfight Tactics.

In the years before games, I spent a majority of my career building and delivering healthcare software. Healthcare in the United States is fundamentally broken and I am grateful to have spent a huge chunk of my life chipping away at hard problems in this space. I’ve had the pleasure to work with super innovative teams at Sharecare, Elation Health, and 98point6.

I spend my personal time playing games, skiing, and taking photos.

A small share of my games hobby is occupied by pursuits in Destiny 2, where I stay “current” to support Team Brenda in our quest for a World First title. Before coaching Team Brenda, I was on the PRIMEGUARD team that achieved the World’s First clear of Vault of Glass: Destiny’s first raid. After PRIMEGUARD, I co-founded another Destiny clan, Math Class, alongside a few of my best friends.

I’m a fairly social gamer, so I tend to focus my time on playing with friends. I play VALORANT or Civ most regularly and dip into TFT around new set releases. In case you were wondering, the best game of all time is Halo 2.

During winter, I try to be in the mountains as much as I can. I was first introduced to skiing in 2018 by my wife, Chrissy, and now count it as my favorite thing to do.

I also greatly enjoy photography. I picked it up during 2020 and have continued to grow my skills since. I love shooting RAW on my iPhone, but still also greatly enjoy carrying around a “big camera”. I’m currently back and forth between using a Sony a7riv and Fujifilm X100V.

You can contact me through email or find me on Instagram, Threads, and Mastadon.

This site was built using Hugo and themed with Congo. The custom styling on top of Congo is my own.

It’s deployed with Netlify.