I am fascinated by informal learning, speculative technology, and how the stories we tell ourselves can limit or expand our own futures. I exercise these passions in my practice as a designer, in my lectures and workshops as an educator, and in my ideas as a writer.
In 2016, I completed the Interaction Design Program at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction design. My projects have been exhibited in Amsterdam, Tokyo, Zagreb, Warsaw, and on the official Arduino blog.
In 2014, I got my undergraduate degree in Marketing at Concordia University. Though I ended up in design, the case competition training and exposure to business concepts continues to influence my work to this day. It was there that I discovered my love for startups and became a founding member of District 3 in 2012.