I work with products, graphics and interfaces to create enjoyable and meaningful interactions that bridge digital and analog formats. I appreciate thoughtful, honest and innovative solutions to problems and am always striving to give my products a calming sense of inevitability.
I am currently a fourth year student working towards a bachelors degree in Industrial Design from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. I like exploring new places, making sense out of complexity and crafting subtle, yet meaningful interactions. My interests in design include consumer electronics, UI / UX design, and future facing technology products.
I create designs that are inspired by the future, but grounded in rationality. I aspire to create artifacts where the digital and physical coexist in harmony. I value experience, emotion, and functional simplicity, while aiming to create interactions that honour the objects reason to exist.
When I’m not designing I’m likely catching up on technology news, listening to podcasts, or just wandering city streets with a camera in hand.
Product (Research, Development, Sketch, Prototype)
Visual (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere)
CAD (SolidWorks, Rhino, Keyshot)
Manufacture (CMF, DFM, Model Making)
In the past I’ve had the privilege of working with world-class design consultancies on a variety of innovative client facing projects. I’ve worked on a wide range of consumer goods ranging from luxury and soft goods to consumer electronics.
Some of the companies I’ve worked with include Jacknife, Matter, and Moreless. During my three internships, I’ve had to the pleasure to have contributed to projects for clients and organization such as; Google, Samsung, Nike, Intel, Logitech, Neptune, Nex, Nimble Storage, Obe and more.
If you’d like to learn more about my experiences, my résumé is available for download below. References available upon request.