Meet The Harvest Team Say Hello to the fine folks who make Harvest such a great application!
In constant pursuit of knowledge in life and business, Danny enjoys solving puzzles and problems. Since achieving his first dream job as a paperboy at a young age, he's learned to dream bigger. These days, the puzzles are more complex and that's the way he likes them.10
hour bike rides from Manhattan to the tip of Long Island clear Danny's head.
Taipei. Brown. Golden State Warriors. Size 10. Bande à part. Gleaners & I. Yi Yi. Filosofia. George Saunders. Paperback. Jef Raskin. The Dismemberment Plan. Guava. Seth. Billie Holliday. Franny's. Sakura Pigma Micron 05. Diapers.2.47
minutes it takes Shawn to change a soiled diaper.
Post college, Barry moved to the big city (with over 20,000 people!) to find himself. After wandering for seven years, he finally found his purpose in Harvest. He spends his days slinging Rails code in the four seasons of Minnesota.100
hours in the summer after fourth grade it took Barry to finish Ultima IV.
Christopher's one of our Harvest Experts. While not helping our customers, Christopher spends his time writing songs, cheering on the Cincinnati Reds, or whipping up a batch of amazing kale chips.1.85
hours it takes Christopher to walk home from Harvest HQ.
With his hunting, fishing and general outdoorsman skillset, Doug Fales was an obvious selection to join our team. When he's not hunting Bears or performing Whitney Houston's greatest hits, Doug is cranking out Ruby on Rails code from his office overlooking Montana's Absaroka mountains, or spending time with his wife and daughter.19
hours it took Doug to build a set of giant garage shelves.
minutes it takes Evan to swap someone’s face and share it with the team.
When not taking long, moonlit strolls on the beach, Jae likes to cook, eat, and hang with good people. He is fascinated by how cobblestones are laid, and says there’s no experience more transcendent than watching a fly ball.1.11
hours (after work!) it took Jae to come up with the two sentences on the left.
Jon is the Robinson Crusoe of the team. He’s stranded out on a tiny island off Canada’s west coast (good thing he’s got an Internet connection!) He likes hanging out with his kids and propagating Canadian stereotypes.50
minutes is the minimum time it takes (by boat) to get to a city.
Karen wrangles all things social, both in person and online. She also runs Harvest events, like our monthly Hobby lecture series, and organizes WalkaboutNYC. She's a superfan of arts and crafts alike, and is continuing her goal of walking 5 miles a day.73.2
minutes it takes for Karen to walk five miles.
At various times in Ken's life, he has been an Army mechanic, a techno DJ, and a terrible drummer. Spending the first half of his life moving around quite a bit (Germany, Arizona, Virginia, Illinois and Minnesota), he has finally settled in Minneapolis. These days, when he's not writing code, Ken spends most of his free time biking around the Twin Cities.7.11
hours it takes Ken to bike 100 miles.
Matthew is one of Harvest's visual designers and the resident CSS expert. When he's not Photoshopping his coworkers, he is serenading us at lunch on guitar, playing drums, or representin' on the b-ball court.10
the amount of times Matthew has seen Electric Six in concert.
Patrick is a front-end coder extraordinaire, with an eye for design (and a sports team fight song for every occasion!) He is also our resident pizza expert.57
seconds it takes Patrick to eat a full slice of New York pizza.
As a former US Army Infantry officer, Paul is the resident expert on surviving a zombie apocalypse. When not planning for this, he writes Ruby for the backend here at Harvest. In his free time, he enjoys reading, backpacking and building his record collection.165
minutes it takes Paul to walk 12 miles with 50lbs on his back.
minutes it takes Ryan to pack a suitcase.
Samara was hired for her unusual obsession with keeping things organized (except for her top desk drawer), and her unique ability to think like a customer. When she's not busy thinking about clicks and layouts and flows (oh my!), she's probably talking about the Phillies, trying to convince the Harvest team to do karaoke, or giggling.58
seconds it takes Samara to eat an entire pie.
In a previous life — prior to having kids and a job — Scott lived in a Honda Civic so he could climb full-time and not waste money on rent. He's since grown up (mostly) and now lives indoors with his wife and two kids in the Canadian Rockies.161
minutes across six interviews before he proved he was Harvest-worthy. (Tricked 'em!)
Sri's very first memory of Harvest was him walking through our front door on a balmy summer afternoon and seeing the team watching 2010 FIFA World Cup and drinking beer (Harvest was having an open house). Feeling great vibes all around, Sri knew he had to work here.5
seconds Sri can walk on his hands.
T.J. has been making websites since he was 10 years old; he acknowledges that this undeniably qualifies him as a nerd. He loves bicycles, Wikipedia, and rock-and-roll, and has never had a cavity.9.36
minutes it takes for T.J. to brush his teeth in the morning.
Developer / Operations
Warwick's favorite things are his son, the African wilderness, well behaved server farms and Photo-shopping bears into every picture he finds. Currently representing Harvest in West Chester, PA but prone to wander around from time to time.91
shots it took Warwick to get around the Pyongyang Golf Course in The Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
minutes for Zach to work up the courage to sing Karaoke.
Want to work for Harvest? Check out our careers section to see what positions we have available.