I live in Brooklyn, working from my beloved home studio. I think science is pretty awesome, three cats to one human is a bad ratio, and iced tea is a year-round drink.
I enjoy a good dose of uncertainty, which comes in handy as a strategy consultant, creator, and explorer. Always looking for new challenges and learning opportunities, I can often be found McGuyvering my way through everyday life while searching for the next lecture to crash. My favorite work environments include free flowing ‘yes ands’, ad hoc mastery, innovation napping, and limitless whiteboards.
About my work:
I process the world around me as a complex holistic system, using what is sometimes called a mobile imagination to 'see' and understand relationships and meaning - simply put I am a visual-image thinker. This combined with a broad range of interests and experiences allows me to find connections that others may not make. I use this knowledge to propose what the future might be like for communities, services, experiences, and behaviors.
I’ve created visions for the future of things like disaster preparedness, media and entertainment, public spaces, and ownership. I’ve had the pleasure to work with organizations of many types and sizes including the Red Cross, the American Academy of Family Practitioners, the Mayo Clinic, Nike, DiamlerChrysler, and IBM.