In a nutshell, I'm a product designer and recent Cal Poly Graphic Design grad. I also studied environmental science, photography, and computer science back in college (though that last one and I are on-again, off-again). I love the Sierras, and I call the tiny little town of Nevada City, California up by Lake Tahoe home.
Interface and experience design are what I do most now, but I've also worked as a copywriter and editor, graphic designer, and photographer. When I'm not designing, I still write pretty often, plus put together trail guides, publish photo essays, and work with trail data and maps. I’m an avid skier, hiker, runner, and (very amateur) climber, and I love people, film photography, a good book, blue spruce trees, and drip coffee.
Asking questions, connecting with new people, and exploring new places and things together makes us richer and kinder as humans, designers, and advocates.
The challenges we face today deserve accessible, thoughtful, and inclusive solutions that emphasize our common humanity and reflect our best values as human beings.
Time spent outside can connect us with one another and this place we all call home, and it’s our responsibility to protect, preserve, and restore it as best we can.
We should all work towards a future that promises better education, opportunities, and outcomes for everyone, no matter who we are or where we come from.
Curious what I’ve been up to? Head over to my Instagram, Dribbble, or Exposure profiles. If you’re looking for your next read, take a look at some of my favorite book recommendations. And for those looking to make their own design work more sustainable, check out my Climate Pact project.
As always, feel free to email me to go over a job, grab coffee and talk design, or ask for trail recommendations (I know the Central Coast and Tahoe National Forest like the back of my hand).