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So, there is design and there is technology—art and science, analog and digital— this is pretty much the world I live in. Ever since I got my first experience of pushing pixels around, my pencil and mouse were hooked, connected, wired and tethered.

If we sat over coffee and shared some stories, you would so… Read More
So, there is design and there is technology—art and science, analog and digital— this is pretty much the world I live in. Ever since I got my first experience of pushing pixels around, my pencil and mouse were hooked, connected, wired and tethered.

If we sat over coffee and shared some stories, you would soon get it—that I love design, technology, art, photography, film and story—in a healthy-obsessed way. I love mixing all these things together, looking for the right combinations, of course.

If you spotted me in the wild you would most likely find me reading, learning, tweaking or trying out some new gadget, with mad intentionality, driving towards some über-efficient or creative way to take an idea and fuse it with the appropriate medium and technology.

On any given week, I do tend to morph; ux-design with coffee in the morning, while working out wireframes for a new global application interface and an interactive web-based presentation for lunch, and then a night cap with some photography and DP'ing on the set of some indy while dozing off on a final edit.

It's an analog/digital hybrid life that makes for some pretty cool days amongst some pretty tight schedules at times—it works out. If I learned anything from lots of deadlines tied together over the years, it's how to remain calm, clear and collective. Sure, like young Kung Fu, I eventually learned how to snatch the pebble, but it's been the road to here, from there, that's given my some pretty good wisdom for the rest of the way in this design life—and here's the truth, I still deeply enjoy what I do—spray some of that mojo on your pancakes.

And finally, like any good Spinal Tap box should, I've always said that this amp goes to 11. Read Less
  • Creative Director / Sr. User Experience Designer
    LifeSize Communications — Austin, TX, USA
  • Adjunct Professor in Visual Communications
    Austin Community College — Austin, TX, USA
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    Human Code — Austin, TX, USA
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    Voxavila Creative — Austin, TX, USA
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Member Since: May 4, 2009