I'm a Master of Information candidate from the University of Toronto (2020), currently designing human-centred solutions at Bridgeable. Before that, I graduated with an engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.
I'm a systems thinker, researcher, and interaction & service designer passionate about speculative design, social impact, and the ethics of data-based design. I'm curious about how technology has the power to change the relationships that make up people's worlds and interactions, and what this means for our society and values in the future.
In the past, I have: pushed explorations in the mobile health space for consumer awareness, redesigned data hubs to increase workplace transparency, and developed online courses for continuing education. I'm currently helping lead the redesign of Canada's engineering curriculum over at Global Engineering Week, all while juggling a huge array of hobbies and activities.
There's a lot going on and a lot of things to learn, but I promise I put 100% of myself into everything I do.