About

Over the last eight years, I've had the privilege of working both in the US and abroad for progressive agencies and iconic brands. I've worked with many talented people who have taught me a lot along the way.

I'm currently a Senior Interaction Designer / Developer for Cinco Design, in Portland OR. I have a BS in Business and experience in design, advertising and e-commerce.

Over the past few years I have worked on several personal projects. A few of these projects have evolved into new found passions.

When not working, I can be found playing soccer or walking the neighborhood with Lauren & Maggie.

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Recent work

Carbon3D | May 2015

We helped Carbon3D, a startup with groundbreaking technology, emerge from stealth mode. Carbon3D is bringing a fresh perspective to the challenges of 3D printing with groundbreaking technology. By carefully balancing the interaction of light and oxygen, CLIP continuously grows objects from a pool of resin.

I supported design and development of the Carbon3D website behind the creative direction of Shawn Petersen.

Gogoro | December 2014

Gogoro is a smart energy company based out of Taiwan and they have created the electric scooter of the future.

I supported UX and design of the Gogoro website behind the creative direction of Shawn Petersen.

The Sacred Fig | June 2014

The Sacred Fig provides inspiration and focus through world-class yoga teacher trainings & retreats, in the most awe-inspiring locations around the globe.

I helped craft the business plan, created a visual identy, designed and developed the website and directed all digital communication.

Personal projects

Beard Season | June 2013

Beard Season is a global movement turning beards into lifesaving conversation starters; challenging you, your friends and family to book a skincheck for melanoma.

Our goal was to leverage the popularity of beards to promote skin cancer awareness. I helped concept the idea, shaped our strategy and designed and developed the website.

The World's Game | May 2014

The World's Game Project started as an excuse to merge two of my passions; photography and soccer. The plan was to play soccer every time I saw a pick-up game, and then take a picture of the field. On a four month trip through Asia, the project began to have new meaning. I found that through mutual love soccer, I could connect with people of completely different brackgrounds, cultures and languages.

A few blogs and newspapers thought it was interesting enough to write about. I continue to play pick-up games and take pictures of soccer fields.