About


 


For over 15yrs, I’ve made award winning work for brands like Martha Stewart, Nike and Conde Nast. More recently, you’ll find me studying digital media and critical technology at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), where I launched Neighborline, a digital hotline that connected strangers during quarantine. Currently, I’m working on an artist-led AR performance that has enjoyed support from Sundance Institute and NYFA.   

My work has been recognized by ASME, AdAge and Society of Print Designers (SPD). I've been an alumni mentor at The New School since 2018. At ITP, I worked to develop a speaker series that connected creative professionals to students. I’ve been an invited speaker at Parsons School of Design and SPD, and a panelist at the Learning to Teach Creative Technologies 2021 Conference.

I’m a part-time instructor at Parsons School of Design, teaching principles of interactive web design within the Communication Design undergraduate program. I hold a masters from NYU ITP and a BFA from Parsons School of Design.






I’m interested in the contemporary conditions that bind technology, aesthetics and storytelling. I’m interested in what we say and how we communicate it, in a world mediated by technology.  






Education


MPS, NYU, Tisch School of Arts, Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) 2021

BFA, New School University, Parsons School of Design, Fine Arts

Coursework


School of Machines

Type@Cooper


School of Poetic Computation

Fruitful School

Competencies


Creative Leadership

Brand Development

Visual Storytelling


Visual Design


User Interface

Interaction Design

Prototyping




Tools


AdobeCS

Figma

P5.js/D3.js

JQuery

HTML5/CSS3

InVision

Flourish/Observable

Unity
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