Great products start with a vision and drive change. I design for change. I am laser focused on people and utilizing the latest technology and techniques to anticipate their needs. My process starts broad and focuses down to the smallest details, ensuring quality and consistency from start to finish.
I'm a trained industrial designer, but I don't stay in that box. Our world is complicated and it’s my job to make it work for you. My multidisciplinary approach combines skills from across the spectrum of industrial, graphic, and digital design to create solutions that respect the big picture. This makes me a great teammate for all kinds of professionals because I speak their language. The answer is often quite simple. My understanding of technology, design and business helps me identify the challenges my clients face and craft solutions they couldn't find on their own.
I’ve brought my perspective and my skills to corporations, non-profits, teams, and entrepreneurs. All were left better than I found them, with newfound purpose, organization, and products that serve them and their customers as they should.
I learned HTML to build this website for you. That's the kind of person I am. Good design comes from understanding a constantly evolving world. This requires constant learning, practice, and patience. I like working with people who are similarly curious and ambitious.
A growing private school recruited me to design a website that would incorporate their new brand, visually represent their quality, and serve as a nimble tool for newcomers and members alike. The result feels like the home of Waldorf in the Berkshires. You can visit the live site here.
Mixed Reality will transform the way we design and experience products. This conceptual project stemmed from an interest in the technology, as well as a concern for sustainability and consumption. I designed and produced a 60-page book documenting the process that is available here.
I designed historical outdoor seating with a group of industrial design students for an annual RIT ID design sprint. After being selected by the school, I managed production over the following 18 months; casting concrete, leading a team of underclassmen and learning a literal ton.
At Xerox I was trusted with defining how they might expand their business into an entirely new market. My role required me to first understand both the market and the client, in order to design concepts that aligned the client’s business with Xerox’s technological capabilities.
During a summer internship in Fuzhou, China, I led a group of international design students to create tech solutions that would transform future classrooms.
I use my industry knowledge and technical skills to create products with purpose.
Elegant design solves problems by reducing complexity and focusing on what people need.
Quality products are timeless. A well-designed product doesn’t need to be redesigned next year.
Constant improvement is essential to learning. I push myself to do it every day, from athletics to design fundamentals.