Interior & UX Designer
Oct 2017 - Current
Positioned as a multi-disciplinary designer within the user experience and interior design department at Geely Design. Initially tasked with initiating the UX program for battery electric cars (PMA) under Lynk & Co. Responsibilities included setting the UX vision for multiple top-hats, user journey definition, concept and design development, visualization, interaction design, delivery and communication of material to global stakeholders.
July - Sept 2016
(Internship) Primarily responsible for generating initial aesthetic direction, sketch work, CAD models and presentation images for the economy, business, and first class seating on up coming Hitachi high speed rail interiors. Also aided team members in creating, researching, and communicating new business opportunities within the transportation sector.
Jan 2012 - Dec 2014
TAXA Outdoors is an outdoor lifestyle company who seeks to bring customers closer to the world surrounding them. The Cricket, its first product, is a towable living space that keeps you dry and off the ground, while maintaining your outdoor experience. My primary focused was around design, Cricket, and its production. My concentration was to lead design improvements related to performance and aesthetics, manufacturability, and quality. My biggest achievement at TAXA was playing a major role is taking the Cricket from it’s prototype phase to a revenue positive, quality, finished product.
Chapter / Vice Chair
July 2011 - March 2015
The mission of the local chapters of IDSA is to facilitate networking, career opportunities and professional development needs of industrial designers throughout their region. As Texas chapter chair I oversaw all programming within the Texas region. Prior to that, as the Houston Vice Chair, my responsibilities included event planning, serving as a liaison for Texas design professionals and interfacing with Texas’ sole Industrial Design program at the University of Houston.