I’m a multidisciplinary designer based in Brooklyn, New York.

Currently, I work as a Graphics/Multimedia Editor at The New York Times, where I edit, design and develop interactive features and visual stories on the Digital News Design desk.

Previously, I have designed and prototyped interactive storytelling experiences, digital tools, and new interfaces using everything from cardboard to code. Building on a background in visual design and art direction, I have used my expertise in emerging technology and interaction design to lead interactive projects for a range of clients and collaborators—from branded environments to non-traditional interfaces—before finding my way to journalism.

In my personal projects, I am interested in the tension between digital and physical, automated and human, intangible and tactile. My work has been commissioned and exhibited by IDFA DocLab, the National Film Board of Canada, Arte, 3LD Art and Technology Center (NYC), Flux Factory (NYC), New York Daily News Innovation Lab, Institute for the Future, Red Bull Studios (NYC), Anthony Greaney Gallery (Boston), and the Harvard Museum of Natural History (Cambridge, MA).

I received my Masters Degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) in 2016, where I also served as a Resident Research Fellow for the 2016 - 2017 academic year. I hold a B.A. in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University (2010).