I design products that get us closer to net zero.
Recently I was the founding product designer at Future Super, Australia’s first fossil free super fund. Before that I designed Kickstarter’s iOS and Android apps, as well as its Environmental Resources Center and web creator tools. I’ve previously helped design apps like Origami Studio and worked with clients including Meta, Airbnb, Nike, Google, City of New York, and Unity.
I believe a designer should understand the grain of their materials and be involved throughout the development process of what they design. I do best on teams that think this way too, so will typically prototype heavily and work closely with engineering.
I’m originally from Sydney, Australia and split my time between there and New York City. In mid-2021 I opened the doors to my freelance design practice. You can see the full details on past work, projects, and education on my CV page.
Right now I’m running my freelance design practice. I’m also exploring how to lend my skills to alternate food production and food waste reduction ideas trying to survive the ‘valley of death’. Think circular economy projects like textiles or edible cutlery made from diverted (food) waste materials.
Please if you have ideas or just want to say hello.
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