From learning how to ballroom dance to figuring out how to prototype a particular experience, I'm always up for learning the next big thing...and even questioning it from time to time. I've learned throughout the years that my creativity is fueled by challenges, and the learning and experiences that come from them. It started by figuring out how to use Powerpoint to make a Choose Your Own Adventure story back in high school. Learning how to be creative in digital mediums was completely new to me then, but it made me think of creativity and art beyond traditional modalities. I went full steam ahead, adding more skills and types of modalities along the way, and I've never looked back.
My current specialties lie in creative concepting, user experience design, prototyping, and emerging tech like VR, AR, and conversational interfaces (i.e. chatbots and Alexa skills). I am looking for a position to apply my approach to solving problems through experiences in a way that allows me to be a part of the creative process, but also be there when we want to sell an idea through by prototyping. This could be through 3D modeling, physical prototyping, cutting together a concept video, or creating it through virtual means.
Feel free to contact me if you have any opportunities you'd like to discuss or just to connect! I always love a good chat over a latte.
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