I’m an interface designer, filmmaker, and periodic musician. I live in San Francisco and am currently consulting -- you can hire me if you wish. I’m also working on a number of personal projects, some of which are live.
In 2011 I cofounded Firespotter Labs. We built and launched 4 products: UberConference, Nosh, NoshList and Jotly. As creative director and design lead, I worked on all aspects of the products, from the interface design to the marketing videos. Some exciting highlights were winning TC Disrupt in 2012, making the frontpage of the Wall Street Journal, and launching a redesigned UberConference. More about my work at Firespotter can be found here. After a great run, in 2014 I left Firespotter to work on other projects.
Prior to Firespotter, I spent three years studying design as apprentice to Scott Hansen (ISO50/Tycho), as well as writing for the blog and running the studio. Based on my work on the blog, I released a book in 2012 with Princeton Architectural Press. You can buy it on Amazon. I also upload music to Youtube sometimes, where I have over 5M views. Some time ago I graduated from Duke University.
For more on my background, this interview with The Great Discontent is pretty comprehensive.