My diverse collection of experiences, both professional and personal, has always been rooted in this:
How can I bridge these worlds?
Whether bridging design teams with established brands or professional experts with underserved middle school students, I’ve embraced the culturally fluid nature of this role to solve strategically creative problems across a range of projects over the span of five years — by way of looking at designing innovative project-based apprenticeships for underserved middle school students, creating compelling brand identities and copy for small businesses, and producing large scale digital, interactive and experiential products for the likes of notable organizations: United Nations, White House, Dell, American Express, TED, P&G, Wired Magazine, Capital One, Emblem Health, and more.
In 2016, I decided to shift gears and fulfill a lifetime dream: taking a year off to travel around Asia and blogging about it. After a year and seven countries strong, I have amassed a global perspective of how others experiment with living around the world. “Experiments with Living” is a multimedia storytelling project in the making, which will showcase the stories of expats that have designed new lives abroad.
Since returning to New York, I am excited to collaborate with socially innovative entrepreneurs, small businesses and organizations that wish to bring their ideas and stories into the digital, multimedia and physical space.
Care about your social and environmental footprint
Don’t create without asking “why” more than once
Care just as much about vision as you do viability
Are transparent about how you innovate
See the human in all things.
Project management / Production
Most Inspired By: Krista Tippett’s ‘On Being’
Superpower: Curiosity, always on
Also, here are some words by me in this interview.
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