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I tend to think of design as the most personal of things: a way of reaching goals, making decisions, managing relationships, communicating, learning — being intentional as we negotiate our everyday lives. I’ve had some fun as a graphic designer, but many of the most satisfying moments of my life have been as a teacher, watching students learn new things about themselves and each other in the midst of the design process.
I have a Master of Design degree from the University of Washington, where I’m teaching Visual Communication (HCDE 308). I’m also the digital literacy teacher for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders at Charles Wright Academy, where I’ll be teaching full-time this fall, and which I’m super stoked for.
Right now, I’m watching Crash Course Media Literacy, Survivor: Ghost Island, and Riverdale², reading Dictionary Stories and Jonah Hex Vol. 2, and listening to Weval: self-titled, AWOLNATION: Here Come the Runts, and Anna of the North: Lovers.
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Updated May 18, 2018.