Part industrial designer, part KeyShot pro, part product design engineer.
I'm a member of a product development team at Apple working on future technologies.
I'm based in the SF South Bay Area, and enjoy all things tech, design, 3D, robot, and LEGO. It's always fun to explore new creative techniques and keep old skills sharp, so I try to constantly create 2D & 3D content.
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From 2008-2013 I designed premium and luxury cooking appliances for BSH Home Appliances as part of the North American design team. My focus was on traditional industrial design, and also contributing to long-term brand, product, and sales strategy. I was chosen for a six month international exchange program in Munich, Germany in 2012, and spent time rotating with different design teams there. BSH was an incredible experience for a young designer, and I was intimately involved in many products that were released under the Bosch and Thermador brands.
After 5 years of working as an industrial designer, I joined Luxion in 2013 to explore more possibilities in the 3D rendering world. I started the KeyShot on-site training program and established East Coast representation by starting and growing our New York office. I got to spend time with over 500 designers and 100+ design teams globally, and contributed to online learning content responsible for over 300K YouTube views. I worked with customers and internal development teams on workflow recommendations and software improvements for future versions of KeyShot. As manager of KeyShot's training program, I get to educate and work with a wide array of clients including Dell, Gulfstream, IDEO, Microsoft, NASA, Nike, Samsung, and the US Mint.
In 2017 I left Luxion to start working at Apple. I'm part of an amazing engineering team and love the challenge of a fresh new start!
I graduated with a focus on visual arts from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches, Louisiana in 2003. LSMSA is a residential, coed magnet school offering college level courses to high school students. This school enabled me to excel to a high pressure environment, and I have been invited back to speak with current students about my college and professional experiences.
In 2007 I was the Distinguished Graduate for Industrial Design at the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Louisiana Lafayette, receiving my Bachelors degree in Industrial Design. My first internship was with BSH Home Appliances and would turn into my first full-time design position.