From learning to build my own computers to teaching myself web design, coding, film, audio—every project is seen as an opportunity to soak up something new. My interests revolve around creating digital media, layouts, and processes that are approachable, accessible, aesthetically pleasing and on-brand.
I’ve worked in a variety of professional environments—from Dreamworks Animation, Google, UC Berkeley and the American Academy of Ophthalmology to small non-profits centered around social justice work.
In my free time, I can be found ten to twenty-minutes early to everything (yes, I am that person), contemplating the pros/cons of owning a goat, listening to far too many podcasts, tossing out inane film short ideas to anyone within earshot and occasionally trying to write things.
I design cool websites built on a variety of CMS platforms with a focus on mobile responsiveness, functionality, accessibility, and clean design.
I provide freelance editing services for a range of clientele, from corporations, hospitals, and non-profits to fundraising teams and local filmmakers.
I am routinely obsessed with organization and timelines. I’m also working towards my CAPM certification to help focus my spreadsheet addiction.
My project management skills play a huge role in how I work when producing. From podcasts to local film projects, I keep em’ on schedule and within budget.