I approach product design as the marriage of utility with aesthetic elegance. The challenge is settling on the solution that resolves the problem and enriches the overall experience for the user. Great design springs from an in-depth knowledge of the problem at hand. Research and data, not preconceived assumptions, should drive the process. Intuition is valuable, but not enough to guide us.
I am invigorated by this challenge; I can get lost chasing solutions. I thrive on the excitement of a new project, a new problem.
I love unveiling the finished concept or project.
I began at the University of Texas at Austin and have since become increasingly focused on a more 3D based design.
I progressively decided I wanted to design tangible objects and ultimately chose the Industrial Design program at the Savannah College of Art and Design.