I am a designer with nine years of experience in designing interactive experiences and products from concept development to production and post-launch support.
I have designed innovative user-centered products for Johnson & Johnson, Google, HP, Jabil, First Else Mobile, City of Hope, Smithsonian amongst other corporate, educational and cultural establishments.
Currently, a hands-on design lead, driving user-centered design for multi-platform experiences and products alongside cross-functional teams (peers, PMs, content, engineers) and various stakeholders. I work iteratively and collaboratively to design products that are engaging, enjoyable, meaningful and memorable.
In my experiential projects is where I get to play around with ideas on my own, exploring interaction that is tangible using homemade circuit boards, code, sound, and video. My work has been featured at galleries, labs, festivals, and museums, such as the NYC Media Lab, EPFL+ECAL Lab, London Design Festival, SXSW, and the National Museum of China and other venues.
I hold an MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons the New School for Design, where I was later teaching creative coding and computation to grad students.