Split between science and art, life as an industrial designer is a perfect combination of both worlds.

My analytic science background combined with my training in art and design has well prepared me to take on complex design challenges.

I believe this change must start in changing what designers have been trained to identify as good design. Neutral design. Inclusive design. The market has long been saturated with endless products addressing every possible issue, so the space for more objects may is tightening. Industrial design today must balance aesthetics and form with research and collaboration across fields. Form and function only address one aspect of a user’s and our society's complex physical and emotional needs.