Angel Investing

I irregularly angel invest small checks ($2500-$5000) of my own money in early-stage startups I'm excited about. Think of me as an advisor with skin in the game — I love helping with tricky, ambiguous problems, providing access to my network and audience, or even just lending an ear to founders building exciting new things.

What I invest in

I invest if I think I can provide value to you, whether through advice, audience, network, credibility or anything else. If I can't help you at all, it probably doesn't make sense for you to take my money.

I love investing in products that I (would) use myself, even more so if they're products aimed at developers.

I love investing early to make the most of the limited amount of money I have. The earlier, the better.

If you're founding a startup and think this could be a good fit I'd love to meet you. DM me on Twitter or send me an email and let's chat!


So far, I have invested in:

  • Upstash, a database for the serverless world

  • Outsmartly, a CDN for performantly personalizing websites

  • Magic Bell, an embeddable notification system

  • Raycast, an extensible Spotlight for developers

  • Fig, a terminal for the 21st century

  • StackShare, the system of record for engineering organizations

  • DX, a tool to improve engineering organizations

  • Clerk, a frontend-first user management solution

  • Rome, a modern JavaScript toolchain

  • Liveblocks, a toolchain to build real-time collaborative products

  • Along, an online video platform focussed on creators

  • Unannounced, a text editor for the 21st century

  • DevJobs, a job matching platform for developers

  • Mikafi, a consumer coffee roaster