I have a passion for designing delightful and positive experiences with people. My focus: understanding and designing for the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
I’ve worked for newspapers such as The Globe and Mail, The Chicago Tribune, The Oregonian as well as National Geographic Traveler and Virtuoso Life.
Currently, I am an Interactive Media MFA candidate and graduate research assistant in the UX Lab at “the U”. I returned to school full-time to fill in the gaps (research) and immerse myself in learning how to design and think about emerging technologies such as artifical intelligence and augmented reality.
Collaborating with people, working in a team, continues to reap great rewards. My favorite moments involve sketching, brainstorming, and ideating with others. I love to understand people — listening, asking questions, and observing — and I love to teach; helping people learn new things and figuring out ways to meet people where they are. I’ve been told I’m a connector.
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When I’m not designing, I cook and gather with family or friends; enjoy long, early morning walks; make happy snaps, and share what I learn with others. Most of all, I enjoy road trips across the U.S. and Canada (Québec, J’adore) with my husband.
We adopted our beagle, “Miss M” (her nickname) a few years ago. She’s a gem and gives us many reasons to laugh.
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