My career began in architecture: breathing new life into old buildings in Richmond, Virginia. I then transitioned into community development in Austin: creating a design/build program for high school students and running a farmers market and creative event space. Eventually I joined a startup in San Francisco, developed a taste for digital product design… and there was no turning back!
Through UX design, I can leverage my diverse experiences to create impact at scale. I’m a systems thinker with a strong attention to detail, and I’m comfortable with messy problems. I also know what it takes to build things, and I have a track record of creating transformative change in organizations and communities.
I hold a MDes in Interaction Design from California College of the Arts, and a BS in Architecture from the University of Virginia. I currently work as a Senior UX Designer at Daylight, and sometimes make light fixtures and shadow puppets on the side.