I graduated with an MFA in Design and Technology from New York's Parsons School of Design where I was studying on a Fulbright scholarship. My relationship with design, however, started much earlier. As a teenager, I started working as a freelance designer for clients from all over the world. I worked in web as well as print. These days I do more consulting work but still take on the occasional production job.
The work here includes a diverse array of projects: a mobile app prototype that garnered me a Hearst fellowship, web design for a non-profit, print work for a major brand and publication, a social media campaign for gun control activism, a public installation and a critical design project that utilizes the irrational as a method of inquiry.