In a practice, as inherently linguistic as visual design, a work cannot be reified without poeticity. Design is always a dialogue between the designer and the audience—the designer’s intention translates into the interpretation of the audience. This translation is poetic on a fundamental level. The intrinsic personality of the designer is inseparable from their work. Any attempts to diminish this presence, fall prey to an assumed “universality”. It is now, more imperative than ever to acknowledge the designer’s entity, and with it, the poetic aspect of this dialogue.
I am a visual and digital product designer based in Brooklyn, NY.
In 2019, I finished my
MFA program in Graphic Design and Visual Experience
Savannah College of Art and Design
My Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering provides me with a utilitarian and pragmatic perspective to digital product design and user experience. The visual aspect of my work, however, is benefitted from the poet that I am at heart. In my work and creative process, I hope you can see how I try to combine these skills across a multi-dimensional range of projects living in web, print and interactive installations.