I specialize in ambiguous problems, systems thinking and dynamic interactions.

Currently Senior Product Designer at LightStim, a health tech company.

I’ve designed and shipped mobile and web products from 0-1, built and led cross-functional teams, and utilized design to achieve high-level objectives and create measurable impact.


My work has been dedicated to transforming ambiguous problems into simple, user-friendly solutions that are inclusive and accessible to all.


Graduated Art Center College of Design with Honors. Passionate about digital products from a young age, I started coding and designing at age 10. At 14, I was invited to Microsoft’s campus for my work exploring web-based animation.


Take a peek into my studio.

I specialize in ambiguous problems, systems thinking and dynamic interactions.

Currently Senior Product Designer at LightStim, a health tech company.

I’ve designed and shipped mobile and web products from 0-1, built and led cross-functional teams, and utilized design to achieve high-level objectives and create measurable impact.


My work has been dedicated to transforming ambiguous problems into simple, user-friendly solutions that are inclusive and accessible to all.


Graduated Art Center College of Design with Honors. Passionate about digital products from a young age, I started coding and designing at age 10. At 14, I was invited to Microsoft’s campus for my work exploring web-based animation.


Take a peek into my studio.

Sunny Gummy Hands

August 1, 2023

5 MIN

Articles

My most recent band was called Sunny Gummy Hands, which ran from 2017-2020. It was formed by a good friend of mine named Ryan Blohm. I played keys and synths, but I also did all visual and stage design.

One of my favorite visual projects for the band was creating an LED wall for our live shows.

I built this LED wall in my garage from scratch in 8 weeks. It’s a modular 12x8’ wall that breaks down for transportation. I programmed it to sync to our live performances using Ableton and Resolume (software for live visuals).

Here you can see the LED wall at one of our shows:

Below are some additional visual assets I created for the band:

This is a poster I designed for our show at The Echo in Los Angeles. It’s primarily made up of repeating (”echoing”) lines that form a moiré pattern, or an interference pattern. A sort of visualization of an actual echo, inspired by the venue.

You can find more content I created for the band on Instagram or check out our music on Apple Music or Spotify.

☀️🍬👐🏼

Sunny Gummy Hands

August 1, 2023

5 MIN

Articles

My most recent band was called Sunny Gummy Hands, which ran from 2017-2020. It was formed by a good friend of mine named Ryan Blohm. I played keys and synths, but I also did all visual and stage design.

One of my favorite visual projects for the band was creating an LED wall for our live shows.

I built this LED wall in my garage from scratch in 8 weeks. It’s a modular 12x8’ wall that breaks down for transportation. I programmed it to sync to our live performances using Ableton and Resolume (software for live visuals).

Here you can see the LED wall at one of our shows:

Below are some additional visual assets I created for the band:

This is a poster I designed for our show at The Echo in Los Angeles. It’s primarily made up of repeating (”echoing”) lines that form a moiré pattern, or an interference pattern. A sort of visualization of an actual echo, inspired by the venue.

You can find more content I created for the band on Instagram or check out our music on Apple Music or Spotify.

☀️🍬👐🏼

Sunny Gummy Hands

August 1, 2023

5 MIN

Articles

My most recent band was called Sunny Gummy Hands, which ran from 2017-2020. It was formed by a good friend of mine named Ryan Blohm. I played keys and synths, but I also did all visual and stage design.

One of my favorite visual projects for the band was creating an LED wall for our live shows.

I built this LED wall in my garage from scratch in 8 weeks. It’s a modular 12x8’ wall that breaks down for transportation. I programmed it to sync to our live performances using Ableton and Resolume (software for live visuals).

Here you can see the LED wall at one of our shows:

Below are some additional visual assets I created for the band:

This is a poster I designed for our show at The Echo in Los Angeles. It’s primarily made up of repeating (”echoing”) lines that form a moiré pattern, or an interference pattern. A sort of visualization of an actual echo, inspired by the venue.

You can find more content I created for the band on Instagram or check out our music on Apple Music or Spotify.

☀️🍬👐🏼