About me

I’ve worked with various organizations, including Pew Research Center, PBS, and Accenture Federal Services, to support their engagement, publication, research, and operation needs using collaborative, human-centered design practices.

My professional and personal backgrounds are as diverse as my interests, and you’ll see me bring my whole, multi-passionate self to every project I take on.

I offer a range of services that are tailored to meet your specific goals and needs. Reach out to talk about what a multi-faceted engagement can look like.

When I’m not working with clients, I support my local creative community by serving on the volunteer board of AIGA DC. I also create mixed media art exhibited at multiple Shop Made in DC gallery events and sold online and at local markets.

My values


I work closely with you to understand your unique needs, challenges, and goals. I see myself as a partner in your success, meaning your input, feedback, and ideas are valuable at every stage of the project. I’m committed to keeping you engaged throughout the process, using a co-create approach so we can leverage each other’s strengths.


I am passionate about learning and exploring new ideas and bring that same spirit of curiosity to my work with you. By asking questions, challenging assumptions, and exploring new possibilities, I uncover new opportunities and find innovative solutions to complex problems.


By taking the time to really listen to your needs, concerns, and goals, I provide customized solutions that work for you and deliver the results you’re looking for.


I commit to being open, honest, and straightforward in all interactions with you, so you can make informed decisions about your business. I believe transparency is the key to a successful partnership, whether it’s sharing my thought process, providing regular updates, or being upfront about any challenges I encounter.

My approach

The way I approach a project will vary depending on the challenge at hand. Usually, my process includes human-centered design, co-creation, storytelling, and data analysis applied in the following phases:

  1. Inspiration
    • Conducting research and interviews, developing comparative analyses, and analyzing data to understand your needs and challenges.
    • Clearly articulating the problem to be solved with consensus from stakeholders.
  2. Ideation
    • Working collaboratively with stakeholders to generate ideas that could solve the problem.
  3. Implementation
    • Building prototypes and putting them into practice.
    • Iterating and improving based on feedback.