As Design Director at Tellart, I offer design and technology leadership to cultural institutions, governments, and product manufacturers in an age when the internet is everywhere and everything is a computer. Our work has a particular focus on early-stage prototypes and experiences of transformative future products and services.
At Tellart, I work alongside architects, filmmakers, software developers, industrial designers, strategists, graphic designers and fabricators to imagine, prototype, and develop interactive experiences. Our teams adopt a post-disciplinary approach to design, creating systems that deftly bridge the physical and the virtual across screens, products, and spaces.
Tellart’s work has been featured in international publications and received numerous awards, including most recently the 2016 National Design Award in Interaction Design from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
I hold a MDes in Technology from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a BArch from Rice University School of Architecture.