Senior UX Director, Creative Director, Senior Product Designer

Resumé ›


  • User Experience (UX) Design
  • User Interface (UI) Design
  • Digital Product Design
  • Interaction Design
  • Responsive (Mobile, Tablet, Desktop)
  • 10-Foot (Game Interaction/ TV Interfaces)
  • Creative/Art Direction
  • Print Design
  • Branding & Logo Design
  • Development (HTML, CSS)


1. Expressing or characterized by warmth of feeling.
2. Passionate.
3. Displaying or characterized by strong enthusiasm or devotion; fervent.
4. Burning; fiery.
5. Glowing; shining.

In every way, this word represents the work ethic I hold, the ability of my character and the manner in which I embrace design. This single bold word symbolizes my intense and continuous desire to be better, grow and develop my abilities personally and professionally.

My work values and practices are a result of my experience in the world. Early on, the experiences as a computer technician and a drafter led me to be multifaceted and enjoy problem solving. It lead me ultimately to digital design. I worked as a hybrid designer and developer, regularly creating interactive websites, banner campaigns, and viral marketing content in the entertainment and corporate sector. Over the span of 18 years, as skills were cultivated and specialized, I became a UX/UI designer and can now be called a hands-on design director specializing in work that ranges from product to education to branding in platforms such as desktop, 10 foot, mobile and tablet. It means I stay in the trenches, I do the work while leading well and with purpose. I bias towards action, I communicate directly and I pride myself in being open minded, fair and empathetic.

I look forward to working with a company doppelgänger version of myself; a place that is ardently strategic about its vision, revels in being detailed and thorough and requires of itself excellence as much as accountability.

With Regards,

(who likes organizing while sipping whiskey, smelling newly printed paper while watching Samurai Jack, and running without scissors in the office)