I combine my visual design background with my knowledge of technology to create well-crafted experiences on the web and beyond.
I create objects in exploration of implicit and explicit data through art and technology in the physical and digital domains.
One of my digital projects, “Sound as Color” was shortlisted at the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards. View this and other projects below.
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Droogs is a creative design and development agency.
Color in Art is an interactive data visualization and poster series exploring frequency of color usage in art.
Made for writing small, this notebook features more lines per page, two columns for text, and a combination lined paper & a grid system to create a functional, multi-purpose notebook.
Atom is a one-stop solution for content creators, educators, and learners that enhances learning experience by delivering assessment & learning content at scale. Provided designs, I worked closely with the creative team to quickly build out a landing page.
Sound as Color is an exploration in converting audible frequencies to electromagnetic waves perceptible to human eye relative to that of the audible frequency range of the input sound signal.
This piece was shortlisted in the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017.
Spectroscapes explore music as physical models that are generated from the signal strength of frequencies present in the waveform of an individual song.
The 'Score Predictor' was built for a campaign during the 2016 back to school season. The microsite allowed students to take a 15 minute quiz to determine how they might score on any of the major entrance exams.
WorkPath's mission is to help students discover the career path that is right for them, as well as help them find local trade schools, apprenticeships, and job listings. The website was built on WordPress with a highly custom backend system to allow for easier content entry.
Neovers.com was a personal project exploring topics such as human nature and social constructs through interactive art. I developed and designed 6 browser based games between 2012 and 2013 that were played by millions of users and featured in several publications before the site was retired in 2017.