I am a multi-disciplinary designer born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where from an early age I learned to love art, music, and the Cincinnati Reds. I was always encouraged by my parents to pursue art as a career from an early age and had amazing high-school art teachers that helped convince me that design was the right outlet. I fell in love with typography and color and became a graphic designer.
While in college I participated in UC's CO-OP program which allowed me to gain experience at several internships: the Cincinnati Museum Center, Sasaki Associates in Boston, Apple Inc, and Union Design NYC. In 2012 I graduated and landed a job in the advertising industry at Advertising for Humanity, where I created ads, brands, and digital experiences for non-profit clients across the United States.
I currently live in Brookline, MA with my wife (who is an industrial designer). When I'm not designing, I bike around Boston and travel to National Parks to take photos and hike. I also make bread and wine from scratch and play guitar in my church band. I am always open to new opportunities and experiences—feel free to contact me for freelance projects.