Anything we design interacts with humans. With every project I get involved with, I always think about how to design experiences through the medium (print, digital, product, service and etc... ) for creative solutions to identified issues. My approach is to create solutions to problems using a series of methodologies / processes geared towards improving people’s sense of wellbeing. In principle, their approach through human centered design helps to facilitate and change human behavioral routing. Although most of my work applies these principles not all of the work I enjoy creating utilizes these strategies, as I still enjoy the most rudimentary form of industrial design as it`s rich traditions still manage to wet my soul to very core. I love working in a positive team environment. * Current * I just moved back to Canada after working in Japan for 3 years as a private D design consultant. I helped japanese design offices with international client projects where there was a need to translate and make sense of non japanese "design thinking" and have it make sense for them so the projects could be completed smoothly.

Work Samples

  • ALTRU CHAIR

  • Clocknote

  • ( Education) 4th Year Thesis

Work & Education History

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Specialties

Awards

2008 B.Des Industrial Design (Honors) Jan 2006 Bell Canada Design Competition 2rd place finalist Nov 2005/2007 Opus Eyewear Design Competition (Shortlist) May 2006 Osaka Design Competition Feb 2004 Volve Sport Design for Women Competition (Shortlist)

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