I am a designer based in Metro Detroit. My career is set on a road less traveled, starting as a freelance designer and being a product designer living in a car design world.
Though I love designing products my heart has always lead me to cars. Joy Performance was a great help getting my foot in the door in the auto-industry. Over the past few years I have become a surface ace modeling styling surface at GM and hitting my stride with Rivian.
Automobiles are one of my biggest passions, but my interests in design extend into furniture, shoes, toys, and electronics.
I have a BFA and an MFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan. I always loved drawing and building Lego sets and I decided early on that I wanted to create, leading me to an education in industrial design. While attending CCS, my training has provided me with knowledge of the entire design process, starting from researching trends and demographics to ideation, prototyping through digital and physical modeling, and finally researching manufacturing and material processes to see a product through to production.