Growing up with two parents in the tech industry during the .com bubble didn't matter. I've been interested in seeing computers do things since I was using Windows 98. For years I studied every device I used, every laptop I encountered, every mind blowing piece of technology like the original Microsoft Surface (the coffee table one, although the kickstand thing is pretty cool too).Contact
These days, I study how electronics have shaped society and our planet during the "Information Age." I'm interested in working on AR, systems interfaces, public technology, bike computers, and pretty much anything in between. As long as it's used by a living thing and a microchip drives it, there's always a slightly better design of it out there.
I'm wrapping up my studies at Arizona State University where I've been exposed to a wide range of design approaches. If you have a project you'd like my help on, I'd love to hear from you.