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A Day in The Life (of a Respiratory Therapist) // Birmingham, AL (2017)

A Day in The Life (of a Respiratory Therapist) // Birmingham, AL (2017)

How can making bring into appearance what is not the result of making?
— Theodor Adorno

I like to tell stories.  

With technology advancing at lightning speeds and establishing a larger role in our lives, the need for human-centered design is paramount. My primary motivation as a user experience researcher and designer lies in understanding how technology is changing what it means to be human and its impact on our relationships with each other, our environments, and technology itself. 

As an avid people watcher, gray space explorer, and imaginative thinker, I aspire to craft experiences that are inspired by the beautiful interplay among the essence of human behavior and cognition, power of art and design, and our intrinsic affinity for the natural environment. 

I look forward to connecting about opportunities to explore the intersection of design, technology, and human behavior to facilitate inner and social connectedness.