A little on me.

I am an experience designer who is now a CD at POSSIBLE Seattle. I work with our clients to help them find the right insights, and build the right programs and technology to give consumers a reason to care.

I cut my teeth at a small grassroots running shoe brand called Brooks Sports. They’re not so small anymore. It was an experience that allowed me to create campaigns across multiple platforms – with a focus on digital. I ultimately grew into the role as Lead Creative for our in-house team. After Brooks I joined HL2 where I served as an Associate Creative Director developing campaigns for Microsoft, Expedia and Vail Ski Resort. I spent 2 years as Associate Creative Director at Tribal DDB in Seattle where I led campaigns for Chateau Ste Michelle. I spent the next few years at independent advertising shop Copacino + Fujikado redefining influencer tourism marketing for Visit Seattle. I then switched gears to gain expertise in earned media as Group CD at Curator PR where we built social campaigns for Safeco Insurance, Whole Foods Market, Vayama and Dominos to name a few.

Currently at POSSIBLE I've developed award-winning work for Bacardi, AT&T, The Lonely Whale Foundation, and built the first of its kind anti-hate speech Artificial Intelligence platform on Twitter called #WeCounterHate using the understated power of a simple "reply."

For those who are into self-congratulatory lists: I’m a multiple SXSW Interactive award winner, a multiple Webby Award Honoree, Addy's Best in Show, Ad Freak,  PRSA Totem Best in Show, One Show, Shorty's Award, Effies, and a handful of Communications Arts “Site of the Day” awards.