About

I am a UX designer with a background in psychology and personal fitness, who is dedicated to creating user-friendly solutions to everyday problems. After taking a course on Human Factors in college, I have often found myself utilizing creativity and psychology in designing human-centered solutions to problems. I focus on creating a better user experience, not just an easier one. I consistently strive to improve not only the design but every aspect of the experience as a whole. 

I graduated from the College of Wooster in the Spring of 2016 with a degree in Psychology and have a multitude of work experience in varying fields. Past employers have described me as hardworking and reliable. I am looking for a career that will continue to challenge me and require me to think and react on my feet; while leaving me room to grow and impact the world in new ways through my creativity and passion.

When I'm not actively designing you can find me in the gym working out to prepare for my next adventure challenge, spending time with friends, continuing work on my book, or exploring other interests such as learning to code and starting a Youtube channel.