Born and raised in the automotive capital of the world, my roots are in print design, advertising, and lots and lots of cars. While attending the University of Michigan's Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, I worked to fuse graphic design and fine art in much of my work. I became enamored with advertising during my internships throughout my undergraduate experience and fell in love with how a commercial or print advertisement could convey a story and evoke emotion in a matter of seconds.
Two months after graduation, I flew down to Austin, TX and began flexing my technical muscles as a software designer for IBM Design, focusing on big data projects. Currently, I am the UI/UX designer at a health startup, Zipongo, which helps people learn better eating habits and lead healthier lives.
Admirer of the outdoors, bicycles, and really good wine, I am also really passionate about the fusion of design, art, and technology and communicating that to an audience or user.
Additionally, all of my work with IBM is under NDA, as well as some past internship work, so please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions about current or past work. You can also view my resumé on my contact page or download it here: