Hello. I’m a product designer. I spent four years doing spatial analytics for first responders in New York City, and absolutely loved it. Before that, I designed and built physical spaces. Now I create digital spaces. Expertise spans user experience, interaction design, and data visualization.
I’m a design leader with a multidisciplinary background and over 15 years of experience in the trenches. Digital 3d modeling led me to data visualization - which brought me to product design. Working in the ed-tech and finance spaces, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate on a range of product types, help emerging teams evolve, and mentor designers across disciplines - including data visualization, interaction design, and visual design.
I’ve implemented live style guides on large scale agile builds, developed mobile apps on the fly with small, lean, cross-functional teams, designed customer development experiments in early product phases, and produced fine grained illustrations to support the kind visual storytelling that will keep tomorrow’s students engaged. Previously, I adapted to professional environments ranging from $400M private construction projects, to small public R&D procurements, to emergency management field operations.
I am passionate about working at the intersection of technology, data, and design - and am currently a UX Director at Moody’s Analytics.
I also maintain a rigorous creative portfolio that has been published and exhibited internationally – most recently at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City and in d3:dialog>assemble - international journal of architecture and design (volume 01). My work has been supported by diverse sources - from the Rockefeller and Gates Foundations to the US Department of Homeland Security. I am a registered architect in the state of New York.
Assemble, Volume 01 - 2010
The full American Lines series of plates and writings was published in Volume 01 of d3's international journal of architecture and design, dialog.
The Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York City - 2010
Precious Isolation, A Pair of Invasive Species was included in the Landscapes of Quarantine exhibition at the Storefront.
Catalog of the Venetian Studio - 2005
Published by the University of Virginia Press, this volume catalogs the work of the 2005 Venice studio. Along with contributing content, I also developed the layout and prepared the document for press.
DAAD - Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico (2011)
American Lines was selected for this curated exhibition at the Department of Art and Design (DAAD) showcasing research-based, data-driven design methodologies that expand the role of information in contemporary design.