“when the point of contact between the product and people becomes a point of friction, then the industrial designer has failed.” --Henry Dreyfuss.

Work Samples

  • Kitchen Range Hood

  • Wet/Dry Vacuum

  • Automatic Hitch

Work History

Owner Killebrew Industrial Design 2010-Present Longmont, Colorado Areas of Expertise: Concept Development Product Design Methodology Human Factors Research Free-hand Sketching Computer Hardware and Networking Technical Drafting Model-making Vacuum Forming Food Packaging Design Architectural Floor Plans Design Communication Rapid Prototyping Computer Proficiency: Wacom Cintiq Rhino 5.0 + Flamingo nXt Auto-desk Sketchbook Pro Solid Edge Microsoft Office Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premiere Pro

Education

  • Auburn University Department of Industrial Design

    • BSED Industrial Design
    • 2001 - 2005

    Coursework towards Master's Degree with 3.4 GPA. Focus on technical drawing, concept development, free-hand sketching, 3DCAD, prototyping and product design methodology. Studios sponsored by Broan-Nutone and Emerson Tool Company.

  • Auburn University School of Arts

    • BA Psychology
    • 1995 - 2000

Specialties

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