I left the San Francisco Bay Area for New York City in 2003 to study design, drawing and printmaking at The Cooper Union School of Art. After graduating in 2007 I worked for a year as a designer at NYTimes.com, and then as a freelancer from 2008 to 2012. In 2009 and 2010 I co-founded the barter initiatives OurGoods and Trade School. I was the Interaction Designer on the Data News team at WNYC from 2012 to 2015. I'm currently a visiting design instructor at The New School's Journalism Design program.
I'm an artist living and working in Brooklyn. I draw and write about love and energy at What Love Looks Like, and reblog on Tumblr as observe-accrue. My artwork is available for sale at my Etsy and Tictail stores.
I am available for hire to teach, speak and consult on the subjects of design thinking, healing, visualization, esoteric learning, mythology and social media. Please, get in touch with me.