ModMy, LLC

ModMy, LLC, the parent company of the ModMy communities, is engaged in many projects. Some of these include: ModMyVideo.com, which allows you to quickly convert YouTube videos to .mp3s. ModMyFiles.com is a file-sharing site. Easily upload and share files with friends and colleagues. ModMyFiles.com also will have easy to use plugins for vBulletin, WordPress, and many popular software packages.

Laicos

Laicos crafts beautiful, useful web and mobile technology solutions with a penchant for elegant design and an attention to our communities’ creative minds. We are digital enthusiasts, and believe simple, tested, effective products enhance our lives. I co-founded Laicos with Ryan Negri (founder of NegriElectronics.com, successfully exited in 2013).

ModMy Communities

The ModMy family of forums are communities focused on customizing your mobile devices. They currently include ModMyi.com and ModMyMobile.com.

Brooks Motorsport Composites

Brooks Motorsport specializes in custom carbon fiber race car wings. ModMy, LLC acquired Brooks Motorsport in January of 2013.

Because of Ezra

My wife Robyn and I lost a son, Ezra, at the age of 2 to neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is the most common cancer in infants, with only a 35% survival rate. Because of Ezra is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on advocacy and directing funding into research for a cure.

ModMedical

Mod Medical makes iOS apps for medical companies. We’re currently finishing up our first app, which enables a global medical device company’s field personnel to carry all their material on their iPads instead of trunks full of paper. This will also save tens of thousand on printing costs.

One City Ministries

I sit on the board for One City Ministries, which was founded in 2008 with a focus on creating a sustainable community prototype in Uganda while sharing the message of God’s love. OCM’s main focus is on a 23 acre compound currently being constructed – the Light Village. The self-sustaining model community will feature a church, school, and orphanage. Eventually, founders Mike and Deb Gilbert’s goal is to replicate the Light Village model in nations across Africa. The sustainable community plan, basic health principles, and commerce opportunities are a much-needed boon to the continent.