With a background equally strong in data, technology, and design, I have always been interested in how to make information meaningful, beautiful, and actionable.
I strive to dissolve the distance between people and their data in order to encourage users to engage with and question their world. I look for ways of embracing and revealing the complexities in data – always searching for the sweet spot between clarity, precision, and beauty.
After double-majoring in Cognitive Science and Philosophy at UC Berkeley, I worked at a start up in Tel Aviv for 3 years only to return stateside to pursue a masters in Data Visualization from Parsons School of Design. I now live in Brooklyn, always learning, questioning, and growing.