I’ve been designing, building, and planning digital projects since 1999. In 2004 I joined the Montreal-based agency Plank, where I spent 10 years with great people, working on projects for a wide range of clients, from corporations, to arts and cultural institutions, to NGOs.
Before the internet happened, I was a freelance photographer and graphic designer, working primarly in the Montreal theatre community. My educational background is more than a little skewed towards the arts: from a young age through high school I attended an arts-focused school, and I subsequently studied film and photography (Dawson College and Concordia University, respectively).
What I Do
Whether I’m designing an interface for a mobile application, or overhauling a complex web form or process, my focus in the last few years has been on UX and UI. I can also help small- to medium-sized organizations with developing new WordPress sites (or overhauling existing ones). In fifteen years in the business, I’ve worn a lot of hats, so there’s a good chance I can work with you to take a site from day one straight through to launch. If you have some of the bases covered internally, I can help out only where you need it: content strategy, UX and wireframing, or production.
If you have a project you’d like to discuss, please get in touch, and we’ll see if I’m the one for the job. As a freelancer, my workload ebbs and flows, so if we do seem like a fit, we can then discuss the project’s schedule.