I’ve always been fascinated by learning new tools for self-expression. This has led me to work as a glassblower, woodworker, artist, musician, audio engineer, and most recently, a UX Designer. In 2013 I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville with a BA in Music and Departmental Distinction. From there I spent many years composing music, working as a touring musician, and performing all over the US, playing festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and SXSW. In 2019 I took General Assembly's UX Design Immersive course and began working as a UX/Web Designer. Since then, I've worked with a wide range of clients to help them improve their online experiences and help their businesses grow. Currently, I am pursuing an MS in Experience Design at Northeastern University.Resume
Melodic percussion instruments, effects pedals, 500 series preamps, a recording desk, various noise-makers... it all gets used and occasionally sold. The percussion instruments and recording desk are my designs while the others are clones of popular equipment.
One of my first jobs in high school was working for a glassblowing shop near Little Five Points in Atlanta. Eventually, after I had enough experience, I was able to start using the studio to craft my own pieces. I considered making it a career path, but music ended up taking over all my time. These are a selection of some of my favorites.
I'm always happy to discuss UX, music, modular synthesis, ping-pong, etc...