I’ve always been curious about pretty much everything.
My first love was science, but while earning my physics degree I fell in love with the challenge of communicating as much as researching. I spent several years designing learning experiences as a physics teacher, and found my passion in the design process.
I decided to study communication planning & information design in the school of design at Carnegie Mellon University. This blog began as a journal during my master’s thesis project and chronicles my design process throughout the second year of the program.
(You can fast forward to the end result, if you’d like.)
When I’m not designing human-centered experiences or daydreaming about physics, I’m probably playing ice hockey, baking vegan cookies, or listening to loud music with unintelligible lyrics.
Feel free to get in touch; I like dialogue.
Some people say, “How can you live without knowing?” I do not know what they mean. I always live without knowing. That is easy. How you get to know is what I want to know.” —Richard Feynman