I'm a British designer based in San Francisco, and recent graduate from the Interaction Design MFA Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

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.

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