My name’s Ted Pearlman. I’m married to Allison, an architect. We live in Denver, Colorado, with our ridiculous sixth-grader, Oscar, who likes to make tiny dimetrodons out of hot glue, and Mabel, our couch potato Newfoundland pup.

Tatou, the Newfoundland who ruled the house before Mabel, is a little bit famous on the Internet for how he made Oscar giggle.

Resume-wise, I have a BA in Music (Cornell ’90) and am a tech industry refugee (Sony, IBM, etc.).

Way back in 2007, I spearheaded something called the Denver Urban Core Cohousing Initiative. I talked about it on Colorado Public Radio and, somehow, the interview is still online. It gives a bit of a sense of me.

How I make a living.

There’s info here.

A few testimonials.

“I continue to love what you’re doing. Great ideas.”

Jason Fried
Founder of Basecamp

PhilCaravaggioCircleUIT06-01Flat“Ted is extraordinary at what he does, and he’s a man of his word.”

Phil Caravaggio
CEO of Precision Nutrition

AllanBranchCircleUIT06-01Flat“If an eagle and a tiger had a human baby that was then raised by ninjas, it would be Ted.”

Allan Branch
Founder of
Less Everything