I’m a designer, developer, and design educator based in Washington, D.C. I build tools and platforms to support local, humanistic endeavors.
My professional practice encompasses user experience design, web application development, cartography and data visualization, publications, and posters. Clients include environmentalists, journalists, and entrepreneurs. (Example projects.)
I help run Knowledge Commons DC 🔗, a free school that has offered more than 600 classes around D.C. in partnership with public library systems, arts organizations, museums, and local businesses. We’ve been covered by NPR, the Washington Post, and MSNBC.
I’m interested in how long-buried natural systems and historic land use patterns poke their way to the surface, shaping our cities today. I produce maps and lead tours that examine landscape history and planning issues, particularly in the D.C. area.
I studied English at Williams College, worked in instructional technology, then migrated to a new field. I hold an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design. For more, see my C.V. (PDF).
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