Thanks for taking a look at some of my work. I wish I could share more with you! 🎉 Most of my projects over the past 7 years have been pretty confidential, and I’m unable to put much on display. Below is a brief timeline of the types of programs I’ve either led, co-led, or have been deeply involved in developing. I’ve also selected some past programs as example case studies of how I think, build, & collaborate.
2023 ↳ present
Director of Product Design @ Apollo Neuro
Helping to build the future of Apollo by design
2022 ↳ 2023
Cofounder @ Area 120
Building a stealth startup within Google at the intersection of generative AI and resistance training, aiming to deliver positive health outcomes at scale
2021 ↳ 2022
Staff Interaction Designer @ Google
Led large automotive program aimed at bringing advanced health technologies to EV drivers
Co-led massive advanced concepts program for metabolic health initiatives, focused on helping Fitbit customers and the business think differently about interventions for metabolic disfunction
Led design research for novel telehealth initiatives leveraging advanced Google hardware products
Co-led advanced concepts program, vision-setting the near future of healthy weight management
The following case studies are meant to illustrate aspects of how I collaborate. While some of the work is trending towards older, I wanted to include it as a illustration of process. In the future, as more work becomes publicly accessible, I’ll add additional sections, but for now, please take a look!
From late 2022 to early 2023 I was a Co-founder and intrapreneur of a fitness startup within Google's bottoms-up innovation center Area 120. Here, I had the privilege of working with a small team of brilliant people to help envision ways to improve health outcomes for everyone with novel approaches to resistance training.
Read about my Area 120 expereince
My first project at Fitbit (pre-aquisiton) involved helping lead the design for the original Fitbit Sense. The Sense was Fitbit's most ambitious smartwatch ever, with new ground breaking sensors and thoughtful software experiences. It also got some good reviews.
Sometimes I get asked about the tools I use. Even though I’m pixel pushing less these days, I can still get down with the business. Design is usually visual, after all. Here’s a selection of tools I spend (or have spent) considerable time using.
adobe after effects
adobe premiere rush
html5 and css3