For the last 15 years I've focused on design through a foundation of strategy and user-experience.
When I was 10 years old I built a personal hovercraft with a leaf blower, a trashbag, plywood, and a hatchet. At 17, I designed and welded my own bike — deceivingly heavy. Soon after, I began working at a screenprinting shop, and was creating interactive experiences with a digital design studio at age 20.
Over more recent years, McGarrah Jessee provided me an oppurtunity to lead their internationally acclaimed design work, to which I contributed to for over 6 years. I am currently at design strategy firm, frog design, in Austin where I bring that collection of design practice to the creative disciplines of
visual & interaction.
I enjoy creating experiences that people want to be around. That is true to consumers as well as team culture.
Motion Mimics Life
An activity based workshop discussing motion studies, explorations and principles. Particpants were able to create their own time-lapsed motion captures with the task of building an architectural structe with over-sized Legos.
A hands-on typography workshop where participants built basic letter forms from a library of building blocks. They were able to cut and arrange their own typography, then use a chemical transfer process onto the material of their choice.
Austin Design Week
This fast-paced concepting session defined core principles that can give Austin's creative community a foundation to reclaim the ecosystem that makes our city the creative powerhouse that it truly embodies today.