I’m an associate in Arup’s New York office, where I lead a broad range of digital, interactive and experiential projects. I have a background in audio research coupled with high-profile international project experience, and my passion is to shape cutting-edge solutions for my clients through a collaborative design process.
As a multimedia designer, I have produced immersive installations shown at the Pompidou Center, MoMA PS1, The V&A, Rubin Museum and the Sydney Opera House, and collaborated on sound pieces with composers, architects and artists including Lou Reed, Nick Cave, and Scott Walker.
Within Arup, I provide key foresight in ongoing development of the SoundLab, Motion Platform, and m|Lab. I’m actively involved in the design of Augmented/Virtual Reality environments and BIM software tools to support the multidisciplinary design process for built environment. I’m also a product manager for the Arup Data Portal.
I’m a visiting lecturer at UPenn School of Design, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, and NYC City College of Technology. Prior to my career as a digital consultant, I worked at IRCAM in Paris, France as a researcher and sound designer, developing audio technologies for orchestral works and museum installations.