I am a designer. I rethink, remix, and push the envelope of the ordinary to create the extraordinary. I obsess over that last piece of the puzzle that makes the difference between good and great. I think outside of the box; out of my comfort zone. Then, I wake up the next morning and do it all over again. Why would I want to be anything but a designer?
I can comfortably use my problem-solving skills along with my research, sketching, and prototyping skills to develop a meaningful concept.
I can effectively develop manufacturable concepts that meet the demand of both stakeholders and end-users.
I can creatively combine my design and technology skills to design tangible interactive concepts in step with today's requirements.
I can efficiently visualize concepts and products in a clear and informative way that conveys a powerful message
Studying and working in 5 different countries, across 2 continents, I have learned firsthand just how diverse the world of design really is. I have been blessed with the opportunity to learn from and work with some of the most visionary and inspiring people, each with their own cultural background and unique perspectives.