I’m an interdisciplinary media designer working in the spaces where art and design have something to contribute to social issues or the dialogues around them. I make work that is playful, accessible, and useful. It takes the form of graphic design, [interactive] data visualization, products, critical and speculative design, logos and symbols, art, programming, and patterns.
I’m working on my MFA at Art Center College of Design’s Media Design: Practices program in the Field track. Before graduate school I worked on green infrastructure projects in New York City and studied Geography at Dartmouth, which essentially means I spend more time than is average worrying about neocolonialism.