I was introduced to the seemingly limitless possibilities of technology in my grandfather’s laboratory. It was full of ham radios, computer parts and the only self operating lawn mower that I know of. It was fascinating.
After art school, I worked in an art gallery in Chicago where I discovered information architecture. I spent hours in the back room cataloging the artwork into a visual system. I loved creating a process that worked for our gallery. When I read about user experience design, I was hooked. I moved to Atlanta to study HCI at Georgia Tech.
Over the past 10 years I've focused on digital product design for retail and media. Using research, strategy, and design I work with start ups across the country to help them solve user experience design problems. I've found that with the right teams, technology can still feel limitless.