I've always had a thirst for new experiences— from moving cross-country after undergrad to backpacking 47 countries, I've learned that some of the best things in life are intangible. This is the philosophy that I apply to design: products should be so seamlessly crafted that their design becomes invisible.
I stumbled upon design while conducting clinical research at Stanford. Working in the realm of mental health, I found myself baffled by the lack of tech solutions for patients without adequate access to healthcare. I graduated with my Master of Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University, where I focused on polishing my interaction and visual design skills and experimenting with emerging tech. My diverse background has shaped me into an empathetic, multifaceted designer with a mission to leave the world a little bit better than I found it.
When I'm not designing, you can find me hiking or honing in on my photography skills with my Sony a6000.
I love meeting new people and making connections. Take a peek at my resume or learn a bit more about my background and hobbies below!