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My Life


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My Life


Professional, Curious and Personable 

A Passionate User Experience and Information Architect with 10 years of experience residing in beautiful Southern California. I've worked with and managed user experience teams to develop B2B and B2C digital experiences and enterprise software solutions for fortune 100 clients including Visa, ExxonMobil, FedEx, Pfizer and Express Scrips. 

“Stay hungry; Stay foolish”

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Professional


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Professional


User Experience

I’ve been working in the user experience community since 2007. Leading and managing user experience consulting on eCommerce, data analytics & optimization, attribution modeling, content strategy, personalization, mobile apps, CRM, website redesigns, and digital tools for global enterprise clients. I've worked with Accenture and Avanade consulting teams to develop B2B and B2C digital experiences and enterprise software solutions for Fortune 100 clients in all markets. 

Avanade:


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Employed / Independent contract:


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Photography


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Photography


Photography is extremely important to me. It’s the capturing of a single moment in time. A moment that will never be seen again and it will transcend time for all to see forever. 

Art like so many forms of expression is about emotion. Music, sculpture and painting all speak to us in an individual way. Never having the natural talent with a brush the camera became my tool of choice. Three years of photography training changed the way i looked at the world and allowed me to see the beauty within the ordinary. the word Photograph translates into “paint with light”. Once you begin to look at the way light interacts with the world it will change the way you see everything.


"Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures."

-Don McCullin