I love experiences and I love stories
I love them so much that I spend most of my time designing them and telling them. I currently do so for Xfinity Mobile and our customers as an Associate Creative Director.
What does that mean exactly?
It means I live at the intersection of technology and product, leading a nimble and tenacious band of forward-thinking designers to tactically execute while simultaneously working to identify unique and uncontested white-spaces all in service of a new, more modern approach to mobile.
While you're here, why don't you check it out?
Well-made things with impactful purpose
When not doing my day job, I enjoy making things and considering impact whilst making them. While this mostly manifests itself through interactive design, I also consider experiential and social impacts in my creating. Design may not save the world, but done right, it can help shine a light to aid in leading the way.
"The world in which you were born is just one model of reality. Other cultures are not failed attempts at being you; they are unique manifestations of the human spirit."
― Wade Davis
Building bridges and relationships
As a designer and a writer nostalgic for the wisdom of fading cultures in a relentlessly future-thinking world, I aspire to cure my curiosity through design, writing, and the art of movement as a means to better build relationships with people and the world around me. Design ultimately has the power to build connections between people—digitally and in our tangible world—so when possible, I leverage design to do so.
When I'm not doing that, I'm either practicing and teaching gung fu or bicycling around town on my Saeco CAD 3. Despite my tendencies to obsess over shiny, new, technological objects, I am constantly moving throughout the world to keep things whole.
So, where's the work?
If you're curious about my thoughts, you can read some of them below.
While you're at it, check out some of my digital sketches by visiting my Dribbble or feel free to reach out to learn more about my product work.