"Liberty is the
ability to make
something new
out of that which
made you."
The brand is a bold typeface set within a zesty green circle, Greenery, Pantone's color of the year for 2017.

I am a product strategist and UX designer who has collaborated with leading digital agencies, tech companies, and exhibition design firms in New York, Chicago, and Seattle such as Ralph Appelbaum Associates, Jack Morton, C&G Partners, Digitas, IQVIA, T-Mobile, Expedia, and Razorfish.

I hold a master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University. I received my Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University.

My portfolio includes product strategy, UX strategy and UX / UI design for design systems, enterprise and consumer products for the web as well as iOS and Android.

I believe in the power of opportunity, imagination, creativity, cooperation, and criticism to elevate the human condition. These beliefs drive me to perform and lead teams as a product strategist and UX designer. I have over 11 years experience in digital design, and before that, I found success as an award-winning architectural designer.

I have designed and managed architectural projects for over ten years such as three national museums, children’s museums, commercial interiors, and hotels in New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Kansas City, Nashville, and Dallas.

Born and raised in in Washington state, I work in Seattle now, though I worked in New York for over a dozen years. I have also lived in Chicago, Rome, Prague, Virginia, Oklahoma, and Alberta.

I like traveling on inter-continental planes, inter-regional jets, reliable trains, weekend cars, boats, cycles, skis, and snowboards.

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