Digital enthusiast. Advocate for the user in all projects.

While I am a jack-of-all-trades in the realm of UX, my specialty is user experience research—both qualitative and quantitative approaches and methodologies, information architecture, wireframing, light concept prototyping, and product definition/specification. Additionally, my experience includes projects of varying scope and scale from the multi-year engagements to short, rapid timelines.

Clients include the UN Environment Programme, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, Zero to Three, UNICEF’s U.S Fund, Hasbro, Comcast, Scholastic, Cleveland Clinic, and Tylenol.

My skills extend beyond user experience. I have worked in a variety of disciplines ranging from integrated marketing communications strategy to website production, content development, and project management. With technology, there's never a dull moment. I'm always ready to learn more.

When I'm not researching new user behavior patterns, I can be found volunteering at the Humane Rescue Alliance working with rescue dogs on basic commands, training for triathlons, and hanging out with my adorable rescue terrier Zoe.