I’m an end-to-end product designer, focusing on product thinking, visual design, and interaction design. I currently work as a product designer on the Messaging team at Meta in New York City, and I previously worked at The Atlantic and Axios, among others.
After studying comparative literature at Washington University in St. Louis, I moved to Italy to pursue my interests in photography and design. I still rely on what I learned as a comparative literature student: the importance of placing any work within its broader context. I’m currently finishing a master’s in economics at The New School for Social Research, which helps me to understand the historical and economic context of design, and the social and political implications of technology.
I enjoy working at organizations where design serves real user needs, and acts as a partner to business and technology in product strategy. I believe that many of the most important problems today are social, not technical.