AIGA - Alabama Innovation Engine was a weekend workshop where professional graphic designers 'designed for good.' Creative problem solvers approached deep seated community and environmental issues. 

My Roles: Workshop Documentarian & post-it note chief. 

HERO Bike is a full service custom bamboo bike shop in the heart of rural Alabama. 

My Roles: From 2014 through 2015 I worked as the one and only employee at the HERO bamboo bike shop in Greensboro, AL. With limited templates, instruction and sparse resources, I turned the business into a flourishing boutique bike shop as a rookie builder. I became inspired as a craftsman to work with my hands, and the year in Alabama shaped my outlook as to how I want to apply myself in my professional life moving forward. Living and working in the deep south was enchanting and strange, allowing me to focus and immerse myself in my trade. My roles include. Shop manager, craftsman, workshop instructor, trade show marketing, international client relations, distribution inventory, bamboo forester, metalworker, woodworker, product design.




inHale was a social design campaign to bring light to 'rural hackers' and the ingenuity in hidden spaces of the U.S.

My Roles: Managed a road trip, wrote a travel blog, ran social media, and worked alongside a creative director to brand our message and our website.

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Door to Doctor was a student interaction design project at Washington University in St. Louis. The end product was a mobile app that would solve the problems of outpatient transportation in St. Louis hospitals. 

My Roles: Field researcher. Employed Design Thinking exercises and methodologies during strategy, ambassador and storyteller, collaborator with visual designers.



Washington University in St. Louis — BA Anthropology, Spanish Minor 2014

Universidad Cátolica de Chile — Santiago, Chile Semester 2013

Language Institute — Madrid, Spain 2011