My mission is to remove barriers to information access through my love of design, research, and teaching. My process combines human-centered, multisensory, iterative, and co-design methods to design, craft, and evaluate accessible experiences.
Certified Professional in Accessibility (CPACC)
IAAP | August 2020 – August 2023
Cross-disciplinary conceptual knowledge about disability, accessibility, inclusive/universal design, physical and digital standards, laws, and management strategies.
Social & Behavioral Research
CITI Program | January 2018 – March 2025
Knowledge of human research ethics, including roles in the protection of human subjects, advanced modules on informed consent topics, vulnerable populations, big data research, mobile apps research, disaster/conflict research, regulations, laws and local policies.
Staff Accessibility Product Designer
Twitter | December 2020 – Current
Cross-functional design, research, and teaching on the Accessibility Experience Team.
New York University | September 2018 – Current
I’m currently researching how to design accessible educational tools in Amy Hurst’s lab, an interdisciplinary research space focused on the intersection of disability and technology. I partner with two communities of practice: 1) the Blind and Low Vision Maker Community at The Andrew Heiskell Braille & Talking Book Library and 2) Disability advocates with sensory, mobility, and cognitive disabilities at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, via a federal IMLS National Leadership Grant.
Razorfish | June 2012 – February 2016
Significant clients: Spotify, HeForShe, Uniqlo
Assistant Art Director
BBDO New York | June 2007 – June 2012
Significant clients: GE, AT&T, Monster, Mars
NYU Ability Project | August 2019 – August 2020
In affiliation with NYU ITP’s research residency. Conducted research and led workshops in academia and industry on accessibility and inclusive design. Co-taught a museum accessibility design course and advised students in the design lab.