A little bit about me... I grew up in Charlotte, a quiet town in northern Vermont near Burlington. My family (M.A., Winslow, and younger brother Caleb) spent our seasons playing outside, skiing in the Green Mountains in the winter and floating on Lake Champlain in the summer. Vermont's a beautiful place to call home!
I moved down to Boston in 2007 to attend Tufts University, where I studied Human Factors Engineering and worked as a freelance filmmaker & web designer. Every winter, my weekends were spent up north with the Tufts Alpine Ski Team.
After graduating, I joined the digital marketing agency Genuine Interactive in Boston as a Digital Strategist. Combining my experience with user-centered design and digital communication, I helped our clients use digital platforms to advance their business objectives.
In 2013, I started freelancing, opening up more time to ski, coach ski racing, and find projects I was passionate about. Sure enough, in 2014 I met a brand new company called Kinematiq in the offices of Techstars Boston. The team was building new piece of hardware that could clip onto sports equipment and build a game around the data... sounded promising!
Kinematiq became WOO Sports and I became their digital strategist and visual storyteller. Today, the company is building games for kiteboarders, wakeboarders, skiers and snowboarders using the "WOO"!
Outside of work, I love experimenting with new things, spending time in the wilderness, and capturing stories along the way!