Various watch projects I was responsible for while working at the adidas timing team.
This powerful Roku streaming media player (Second Generation) was a step forward in the brand's design language to preserve the company's premium offering. While it maintained it's minimal and compact shape, the form became more expressive and tactile. Design developed with the Bould Design team.
Personal Exploration 2014
The Lively system allows people to care for elders aging in place without being intrusive. It monitors fundamental day to day activities and lets the caretaker know when the normal routine is disrupted. This can help address critical situations before they happen. Designed & developed while at Bould Design.
Studio project to design and prototype a chair. Inspiration was drawn from my personal prosthetic.
Client: University of Cincinnati 2011
This was my senior thesis at the University of Cincinnati. I set out to design a rock climbing prosthetic for adaptive athletes, in which the design not only conveys the spirit of the user, but functionally gives the user an mechanical advantage in their sport. The idea is to turn “disability” into “super ability.”
I love making. These are all quick personal projects done in my spare time to explore my passions for materials, craftsmanship and arduino.
A twistable puzzle I designed while at the University of Cincinnati. The idea was to take the traditional Rubik’s cube and reinterpret it into a more kid friendly form factor. I took my 3D printed prototype and made silicone molds so that I could make multiple copies of the puzzle.
Project in Process.
Follow along with my progress here.
Materials & Process Exploration. 2014.
Designed at the University of Cincinnati 2011 for the Street Smart Consumer.
Tasked with creating a new innovating running unit, to compliment the existing K-Swiss performance line.
Client: K-Swiss 2010
Was tasked with taking the classic Limited Edition K-Swiss aesthetic and re interpreting it for today’s market.
Client: K-Swiss 2010
I was one of the 18 UCID (4th-year) students that helped put together this book. You can check out and read more about the book here:
The book was aimed primarily for sophomore students who are in the process of building their first portfolio. However, the ideas and concepts presented in the book should apply to any designer creating their portfolios.