I’m a product designer passionate about creating empathic and intelligent digital user experiences.
I’m currently designing for HealthCare while work-traveling through Guatemala. Previously I've worked for MTV, Vogue, Ikea, Zola, Jackpocket & Craftlog where I shipped mobile and web products to international audiences.
In 2009 I helped connect 500 like-minded youth to one another in Dubai, independently started my own two businesses and taught young girls how to read, write and do crafts at an orphanage in India.
In 2010, I got trained to animate and help young adults empower themselves and think critically, road-tripped through Austria, Italy and Switzerland over 2 weeks, and sold my jewelry designs to Forever21.
In 2011, I shadowed creative directors at Ikea & Vogue as a photographer, made over 20 pieces of art for an interactive exhibit and got a deep-sea diving license over a weekend.
In 2012, I moved half way across the world to New York to pursue my goal of evolving as a creative.
More recently, I learnt how to code, sat in a creative meeting with Taraji Henson, rode an elevator with Ed Sheeran and Jimmy Fallon, graduated from Parsons NY, shipped and launched 6 web and mobile product features at different companies, and delved into the tech world as a full-time designer. In between pushing pixels, you can find mesketching things and writing about social justice issues.