I bridge science to design to create opportunities for interaction and reflection. My work spans wearable, installation, and
community scales and explores multi-sensorial responses to space.
I grew up in Dix Hills, New York and studied ecology, anthropology, and human-centered design at Dartmouth College. My past work has involved primate research, science education and outreach, biomimicry, biophilia, and architecture. I am now the Research Fellow at Eskew+Dumez+Ripple architects in New Orleans, Louisiana where I investigate the relationship between visual and auditory perception and our experience of the built environment. I like to fence, brew, and seek out a good jam band.