nice to meet you.
I create experiences that help people feel confident, happy, hopeful, and productive - that bring simple pleasures to everyday life. By embracing user-centered and data-driven design, I solve problems for both users and the business. Since great design comes from great teamwork, I'm a big proponent of working collaboratively across disciplines, ensuring all stakeholders can contribute ideas and expertise.
For most of my career, I've focused on UX design. However I also have a background in urban planning (Bachelors from Cornell University) and industrial design (Masters from Pratt Institute). After grad school, I worked at Huge doing UX for clients, such as Under Armour, Ford, American Express, and Kirsch (Newell Rubbermaid). I subsequently worked at Scripps Networks, leading projects for Food Network iOS Apps, TV Apps, and Web, as well as Food.com Apps and Web. Currently, I'm a Senior Interaction Designer at Google.
I live in Brooklyn and, outside of work, enjoy running and biking in Prospect Park, playing ping pong, swing dancing, drinking IPAs, volunteering for New York Cares, and watching cat videos (endlessly). I have two triplet siblings who are my lifelong partners in crime.