I believe that connecting people to worlds they might otherwise feel disconnected from is incredibly important and rewarding to watch happen in real life. I hope to build bridges between people, places, and things where interaction is lacking and people get left behind in the modern world.
My time spent studying design thinking methods in Architectural, Industrial, Service Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design has allowed me to better understand my passion for innovative problem solving at all stages of the process. What really sparks my interest is the limitless possibility and people-centered insight that goes into the research and development of products and services.
The Service Design program at SCAD has given me the opportunity to discover that I thrive in collaborative efforts, as well as provide an attention to detail and empathetic viewpoint while advocating for the user in any situation.
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