I am an interaction designer and artist, working with digital media since the late 1990s. I have produced a wide range of work in installation, performance, and literature, as well as Web, mobile, app, and game design.

I have degrees in Cognitive Science and Digital Art, Interactive Telecommunications, and Literary Arts. I have worked on projects for clients such as Samsung, Nike, Sesame Workshop, Martha Stewart, and Lego. My artwork reflects a strong interest in how technology shapes reading and writing. After 13 years of working in industry, I am enjoying teaching part-time at Parsons, The New School for Design. After 15 years of training as a martial artist, I am enjoying my first dance class—bellydancing.

As the user experience lead, I played a key role in growing the business from website marketing and maintenance to large-scale product design projects. More info coming soon.
Samsung
2014-16
Google digital textile project
While at the Barbarian Group, we consulted on user resarch and an early-stage scenario for Google ATAP's sensor-enabled jacket, Project Jacquard. More info coming soon.
Google ATAP
2015
Martha Stewart
Months of work went into improving every aspect of Search for MarthaStewart.com. I also led a user research project for the Everyday Food brand.
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Martha Stewart
2010-11
Sesame Workshop
From concept design to user testing, I supervised many of Sesame Workshop's digital media projects.
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Sesame Workshop
2009-10
Kate Spade Agenda
I researched and wrote Twitter-length event listings for three US cities for Kate Spade's rebelliously charming target audience.
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Kate Spade Agenda
2009
Blue Metropolis Literary Festival
How can digital media be integrated into creative writing? This theme was explored in a master class for adults and a workshop with high school students at an international literature festival in Montreal, Canada.
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Blue Metropolis
Literary Festival

2009
National Gallery of Art - In progress
More than a Web site redesign, this project seeks to redefine how the Nation's collection of art is experienced online.
[In progress]
National Gallery of Art
2008/9
Innovation Workshop for Bayer-Schering
Together with global trend consultancy CScout, I planned and conducted 3-day audience research and concepting workshop for Bayer-Schering.
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Innovation Workshop
2008
Shadows Never Sleep
This unique children's story takes advantage of the multi-touch interface of the iPhone/ iPod Touch. Part of my suite of stories investigating writing for different media: oral, paper, photography, and digital application.
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Shadows Never Sleep
2008
student work, Brown University course
I designed and conducted a course at Brown Univeristy that aimed to explore techniques for effective and innovative use of text in digital media.
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Electronic Writing Workshop
2007-8
FutureVision
Originally a presentation about trends in the digital marketplace, this project evolved into a custom research service for Nokia.
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FutureVision
2009
Nike Store
I led the Interaction Design team for this redesign, one of the first all-Flash e-commerce sites for a global brand.
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Nike Store
2006
Nike iD in Times Square
This project took paint-by-number to a massive interactive screen in Times Square, where passersby used their cellphones to customize a Nike shoe.
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Nike iD in Times Square
2005
Nikewomen
The first interactive workout videos for the Nikewomen brand launched with the Holiday 2004 redesign.
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Nikewomen
2004-5