I am an independent experimental interaction designer specialised in data visualisation and multidisciplinary research. I create, teach and speak about climate, ethics, futurescaping and data representation.

I am passionate about bridging academic, scientific research through design and art methods to make that research tangible.
Sometimes making tangible means visual - with a digital prototype to explore project work itself - sometimes tastable - a sensory experience of data.

My work has won recognition in Core77 Design Awards’ categories of Strategy & Research, Design Education Initiative, Built Environment, Food Design, in IXDA for the category of Disruption and in Fast Company Design in the category of Experimental.
My work has been shown at Ars Electronica, the World Bank, Red Bull Studios (NYC), California College of Arts and Design, and acquired by the Georgia Museum of Art.

I have given talks at the Critical Media Lab (FHNW), the Royal Danish Academy, ThingsCon, TechFest, TedXCopenhagen, Processing Day, participated in panels at CPDP, Ars Electronica, Copernicus Science Centre and more.

Teaching has been an important part of my practice. I teach Introduction to Programming, Interactive Data Visualisation, Visualising Systems, Designing Ethical Futures and Poetic Data.

I'm an alumni member of NEWINC where I worked on a variety of client projects as well as developing a kinetic light that visualizes data.

I graduated from the Interactive Telecommunications Program in NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Before that, I studied government and visual / environmental studies at Harvard.