"It is just fun to make the things large companies are afraid to and that most people don't want to buy.
I hope you enjoy experiencing my work as much as I enjoyed making it."
I studied Environmental design at the Art Center College of Design because it encompassed architecture, interiors, furniture, graphics and objects and explored how people interact with spaces. Over the past fifteen years I provided design leadership in a wide range of categories including Apple accessories, bathroom collections, furniture, architecture, interior design and fashion accessories. My work creating user-centered experiences grows from an innovative design process. I have participated in conducting extensive research to help identify habits, and to test new ideas. While working in product development and architecture, I have also gained a detailed understanding of various manufacturing and construction processes from marble fabrication, ceramics, metal casting and fabrication to injection molding and cut and sew.
Neofunctionalism, Dada, Post-Modern, Nature, Dreams, Headaches, Accidents, Kansai Yamamoto, Duchamp, Louis Kahn, Target, Astronomy, Archaeology, Science Fiction and everything else.