Products should be beautiful and they should work well. They should provide elegant solutions to meaningful and complex problems. Designers are lucky to be blessed with the task of making the world a little lovelier, a task a little easier, a struggle a little more manageable.
My approach to Industrial Design is always to become intimately familiar with the root of the problem: the uncertainty of being a new parent, the pressure of performing a surgical procedure. Though I have been lucky to work on a healthy range of products- from medical devices to premium beauty care- I thrive on dense, perplexing problems, and I aspire to create products that redefine categories and change industries.