Born and raised in New York City, I've always been drawn to physical spaces and their effect on the human spirit. After graduating from the University of Virginia with a degree in English and Spanish, I decided to pursue my Master's in Interior Design at Pratt Institute. During graduate school, I became comfortable using digital design tools to create diagrams, renderings and presentations. Upon finishing the program, I dabbled in the furniture world for a bit before switching gears yet again.
Eager to work in a digital medium, I left my full-time job in furniture to join Kargo as an intern, when it was a small but ambitious start-up. In the years that followed, I learned how to design a new type of user experience—trading up square feet for pixels, and floor plans for wireframes. I've been there ever since.
In my spare time, I enjoy going on long runs, cleaning my apartment, making lists, admiring furniture, working on side projects and exploring my ever-changing city and all that it entails.