I joined Wolff Olins after five years at another global brand consultancy, having worked in both New York and London. I’ve worked across a variety of sectors, from telecoms to healthcare, foreign policy to retail and across geographies, including Europe, the Middle East, the US, and Africa.
I have two main passions fuelling my work. One is helping museums translate their curatorial voices into a real purpose that makes sense to visitors. The other is helping big, cumbersome businesses learn to spin on a dime. I get a bit excited when these two passions converge.
As a trained designer, I bring a deep understanding of the creative process to my programmes. Hopefully this makes them feel more holistic, less murky and ultimately, a lot more fun.
I hold a BFA from Syracuse University and a MA from Columbia University, both in New York.