My background is in philosophy, which is where I learned to love conundrums, intractable grey areas and 'meta' thinking - tools that I found serving me well as I pursued my career in the tech industry.
I thrive at the intersections between technology, design and culture. As my interests traverse these themes, my skills help draw them together: conducting research, developing strategies, designing interfaces, and writing code. But mostly I just like making things, from little Arduino experiments to large team projects.
In London I worked at Albion, spending much of my time developing new products for established companies, in the spirit of the ‘corporate startup’. The agency works at pace and constantly reinvents itself - giving it a well-earned reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative. My career began at Cogapp in Brighton, a small agency doing big things in the cultural sector (like redeveloping the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website).
I graduated with my MFA in the summer of 2015.