I’m obsessed with collaboration, community, and data. I sweat the small stuff. Why? Because those fleeting micro-interactions can have big consequences. I’m good at connecting the dots and eventually, connecting people. I like to research how communication and impact spread out over time. I collect and analyze data to connect ideas together in new ways, to create bridges where they weren’t considered before. I appreciate the subtle complexities of human relationships and understand that their paths are not linear in nature, but beautifully complicated. I look at design through that lens, always thinking in the context of whole systems.
I’m a recent alum of Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design, where I explored the complicated dynamics of community exchange in Los Angeles neighborhoods. Most recently, I worked as the "new media and technology" fellow for 2018 Nature, Art, and Habitat Residency (NAHR) in Sottochiesa, BG, Northern Italy.Prior to that I spent two months conducting fieldwork and design research about water systems in the periphery of Mexico City. While I often wear many hats, my passion for collaboration and community remains consistent. I will always gladly show you multiple photos of our two dogs.