Since I was young, I have always been fascinated by nature, and by how the world around me works. Born and raised on the coast of southeast Florida, I grew up exploring, climbing trees, experiencing the ocean, and looking up, pondering the dynamics that made planes overhead stay in the air. My favorite books have always been my sketchbook and anything involving the way things work.
Eventually, my artistic and creative passions pointed me to Savannah College of Art and Design, where I would find my niche in design. SCAD refined my visual communication skills and taught me to think like a designer. I graduated in 2014 with a BFA in Industrial Design. The first few years out of design school proved exciting and full of growth and facilitated a transition from physical to digital product design. I've happily found my niche in the tech scene and enjoy keeping up with the ever evolving programs and design methods. If you would like to see a few Industrial Design case studies, you can check them out here.
I live in Denver and continue to refine my design skill set and solve new problems. When I’m not prototyping interactions, learning new software, or sketching, you can most likely find me somewhere outside - probably climbing up a cliff or exploring a new hiking trail with friends. Not surprisingly, I am continually inventing new ways to make these and other sports more safe and fun.
As a designer, I strive to solve problems for real people with elegant and intuitive solutions.