About Me

In 2017, I graduated from a small liberal arts college called Haverford College. While at Haverford, I studied HIstory and Neuroscience. Across these disciplines, I was interested in the study of perception, experience, and models for interpreting meaning. In my undergrad thesis, I explored how the emergence of the computer and cybernetics - the study of communication and control- shaped theories of perception and cognition, and in turn, tactics of management. To examine this process, I studied how the practice of “design” evolved over the American Century, and in particular, the  emergence of the "interface" and "data visualizations" as a central design problem.Unwittingly, this course of study led me into the professional world of design, where I have designed interfaces, data visualizations, and experiences for Higher Ed institutions,  Federal Agencies, and tech startups.