Welcome to Mobile In DC, my new blog about mobile and digital strategy, mobile platforms and solutions, and (possibly) a bit of jazz improvisation.

I recently left Nokia, where I spent almost 10 years playing a part in the development of what may be the most important technology of the 21st century. I left Nokia in August, and am now looking for the next exciting challenge in the mobile and digital space, in the Washington, DC area.

Here’s how I describe myself on LinkedIn:

I’m a senior technology strategy & marketing professional with extensive international experience developing and promoting enterprise and consumer software applications and solutions for mobile and web platforms. At Nokia, I held a variety of positions in program and product management and marketing, demonstrating an ability to collaborate with colleagues and partners to reach common goals and get things done.

Before joining Nokia, I worked for over 10 years as a software engineer and architect, gaining experience in wide range of areas including 3D graphics, machine translation, Web application development and database design.

I’m interested in ensuring that organizations succeed in an increasingly complex mobile and digital landscape, by clarifying the available technology and business options, and then defining and implementing programs to create innovative apps and solutions that support their business goals.

In addition to all that, I’m also a jazz pianist and composer, playing regularly in the DC area. You can find out more about that aspect of my life on my jazz web site.

Now that we have introductions out of the way, on with the blogging!