I'm a maker at heart. As a kid, I spent weekends in my dad's garage workshop building everything from toys to electromagnets. We didn't call it prototyping and iteration, we just called it fun.
I freelanced nationwide as a Costume Crafts Artisan and landed at one of Broadway's premiere costume shops, Parsons-Meares. After developing a rapport with several designers, I formed my own small studio, Super Metallic Studio.
I transitioned to working as a Producer for Interactive Experiences while training at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center. I worked on small teams to develop projects using Wii remotes, Head-mounted displays, IR Light sensing, Augmented Reality, Touch sensors, and Arduinos.