About Me

I was born and raised in Syracuse, NY and graduated from the Packaging Science program at RIT. I started my career with Johnson & Johnson Consumer Brands where I had lots of great exposure to multinational brands and international experience working in Brazil. In 2012 I had the opportunity of a lifetime to join method products and have spent the last 10 years developing really beautiful and sustainable custom products while also having the privilege to learn about the inner-workings of a scrappy, rapidly scaling challenger brand. I'm especially proud of the culture I was able to take part in and help evolve as the president of the culture club for a number of years.

when i'm not working

a few of my favorite pastimes


 I really enjoy photography and find it very therapeutic. I specifically like seeking out vintage lenses to experiment with as they can produce some really beautiful images that are near impossible to replicate digitally. 

designing solutions at home 

I'm routinely designing or reverse engineering replacement parts for broken appliances, motorcycle parts, or just enhancing products around the house that I think I can improve. I've had a personal 3D printer for nearly a decade and love the autonomy/challenge of being able to design and print solutions to problems.

Pictured to the right is a stack of visor frames myself and other makers in the US printed to donate to doctors and nurses as covid ramped up and supplies were desperately needed.