I want to be able to make a living doing what I love, using design to create and improve peoples lives.

About Me

I'm a ramblin wreck from Georgia Tech, and I got my Masters degree at the University of Washington in the MHCID program. Since I was a kid I've always loved tinkering with things, especially my family's vintage Macintosh. At Georgia Tech I learned web development languages, Java, Python, C and basic design skills. I enrolled in the MHCID program to understand user centered design and apply it to challenging problems. My creativity, desire to fix things, and passion for people drives me. Motion graphics, filmmaking, and video editing are a few ways I explore my creative side when I'm not working.

I love


I try and make/edit at least 3 to 4 films a year. Its a huge investment to make and produce one, but the payoff of seeing the work you've done come to fruition is amazing. My skills lie primarily in the post-production side. Check out my filmmaking page to see my reel!

I'm writing a


Yes. Being interested in filmmaking made me curious about how narratives worked, how they were structured. I've always loved stories like Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. Keeping up to date with the latest TV shows and movies is second nature. I always like having a book that I'm reading, so I thought I'd try my hand at a science fiction novel. Its been in the works for about 4 years now. Follow the process on Instagram!

I love


I cant listen to enough music. Imagine all the amazing music you'll never get to listen to in your lifetime? Thats sad. I'm always trying to find new artists to listen to, and strive to find that one song I can listen to for hours on end. Every genre has its appeal. Oh and heres a Spotify playlist with some electronic music I've been into. Its over 400 songs but for some reason it only goes to 200...

I play


Snowboarding, soccer, tennis, baseball, cycling, swimming, kayaking, you name it and I'm probably up for it. I love the outdoors and what better city to be in than Seattle.

Album of the Month

The Heart of Man

Tony Anderson


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