I’m a Staff Designer at Google Nest, designing a platform for a helpful home that takes care of the people in it and the world around it. I love problem solving, storytelling and systems design. Previously I've designed at Amazon, Twitter and New York Magazine.
I'm on the board of directors at Inneract Project, a non-profit whose mission is to empower the next generation of black and brown designers. I'm passionate about diversity and inclusion in tech and I've written about how There's No Magic Pill to meaningfully change the lack of representation, only hard work.
I've been fortunate to speak about my work at conferences, including Frontiers, IxDA and Tapia Conference on Diversity in Computing. I've also been interviewed on the UI Narrative podcast about being a multimodal designer and for the documentary film Design Disruptors about responsive design.
In my free time, I make a porcelain ceramics line and teach wheel throwing at Clayroom SF. I've participated in gallery shows at the Lyons Wier Gallery and Choplet Gallery in New York City, and my functional work has been featured on sites like Refinery29 and Made and State.
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