A little bit about me... I was born and raised in Charlotte, Vermont, a quiet town just south of Burlington. My family - M.A., Winslow, and younger brother Caleb - spent our seasons playing outside, skiing in the Green Mountains and floating on Lake Champlain. 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, I ski raced with the Tufts Alpine Ski Team throughout New England.
After graduating, I joined the digital marketing agency Genuine in Boston as a Digital Strategist. Combining my experience with user-centered design and digital storytelling, I helped our clients use digital platforms to advance their businesses.
In 2013, I started freelancing as a web designer, opening up time to coach skiing and find side projects I was passionate about. Sure enough in 2014, I was introduced to a 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 turn the data into a game... sounded interesting!
Kinematiq became WOO Sports and I became their digital strategist and visual storyteller. For four years, I helped the team build games for kiteboarders, wakeboarders, freeskiers and snowboarders using the WOO to capture the data.
Now in 2019, I’m back in Vermont, freelancing as a filmmaker and exploring personal projects. Online, I’m partial to Instagram and YouTube, with the occasional newsletter update.
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