"When you're curious, you find lots of interesting things to do."

- Walt Disney


This is what I do.

Design is awesome: the clashing of left-brain science and right-brain creativity is what gets me up in the morning and keeps me burning the midnight oil. I love crafting experiences both physical and digital, blowing out a brand, and digging into UX workflows.

Design is so much more than a coat of paint: I aim to take information and ideas and deliver them in understandable, digestible, and dynamic ways. This process of refinement, creativity, and the exchange of ideas is where the rubber meets the road and the fun kicks in.

Straw Dog Design is my outlet for showcasing work done both professionally and on the side. Professional work is exciting enough, but side work has allowed me an outlet to design everything from branding for a parkour gym to a gold-inlaid tomb. Why "Straw Dog Design?" It's a funny story and I can tell you in person.

Let's make some cool stuff together,



Selected Work Experience

See my complete resume on LinkedIn


Lead Designer
OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)
May 2016 — Present | Portland, Oregon

Digital Designer
OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)
December 2014 — May 2016 | Portland, Oregon

Straw Dog Design                
2007—Present | Portland, Oregon
Clients: Microsoft, Adobe, WebMD, local businesses

Creative Team Director/Project Manager
A Jesus Church Family, Inc. 
October 2012 — December 2014 | Portland, Oregon

Downtown Operations Director
A Jesus Church Family, Inc.                
Oct 2011—Oct 2012 | Portland, Oregon

Assoc. Experience Designer
Waggener Edstrom Worldwide
March 2010—May 2011 | Portland, Oregon    

Projects and work appeared on Engadget, TechCrunch, Ars Technica.
Clients included Amazon, Microsoft, T-Mobile, HTC, Bing, Intel, and Cisco.