I specialize in solving complex design problems that impact the employees of large corporations. The solutions I create are for both mobile and desktop. I’m especially passionate about helping people accomplish their goals through design that is both accessible and inclusive.
I have been a designer for over 12 years. I was first introduced to design by my father, who in the 80s and 90s used to design and print our Boy Scout newsletters and church bulletins on his Macintosh SE with PageMaker.
In 2017 I shifted my web development career into UX design and in 2019 I received my master’s degree in Interaction Design from UNT. Currently, I am a Senior UX Designer at Signify Health and an adjunct professor of UX design at UNT.
The Photography I make explores and documents unique people and places around the world and the U.S. with a focus on Dallas, Texas. Dallas is the focus because that’s where I live and I tend to photograph whatever is closest to me at any given moment.
My photos are usually either street, landscape, cityscape, portrait, urban exploration, and travel photography. Sometimes, a single photo will contain several of these styles.
The goal of my photography is to relate an experience, a vision, or a narrative to the viewer. To share something with everyone I thought was interesting or beautiful or odd. To hopefully help people see the world through eyes other than their own and to contribute to creating more awareness of the amazing world we live in.