Collection of design work and fabricated in digital, print, and 3D.

As Seen On

Collection of created wearable designs that remixes and repurposes technology and fashion.


As an artist, I work at the intersection of art, design, technology, and fashion. Over the years, I’ve explored topics related to wearables, future systems, and experiential interactions.

As a Student Finalist at the 2017 SXSW’s Interactive Festival, I presented speculative designs that explore the consciousness of health through futuristic wearable technologies. I was also able to present this work at galleries in Pasadena and San Francisco, which expanded into a collection of experiential interactions that viewers could engage with during the show. I was selected to take part in an international residency with ZERO1’s arts organization and the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia to host an incubator and collaborate on social justice art projects that focused on inclusion through designing prototypes and experiential art installations.
My work has been exhibited in Moscow, Russia, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Grinnell, Iowa.
Whether I’m designing gallery installations, prints, branding, retail experiences or websites, I always strive for beauty and symmetry.
Political Wearables: Using Design to Reimagine Political Activism

Using social justice and activism to understand how social movements and cultural differences influence community behavior, I wanted to see whether or not technology and human connection can make a difference with people involved in social change.

Rave Couture at the edgy misfits brand Dolls Kill

Dolls Kill is an edgy brand for consumers to find their perfect outfit for that special event, party or next festival on the horizon. Their new shop on the streetware hub of Fairfax Ave in LA struck new heights.


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