- Valador, Inc.Manager, Design & Multimedia, 2004 - presentManage Valador's design team responsible for user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) development and graphic design. Projects range from iOS mobile applications, Wordpress and Drupal sites, to interactive 3D environments and annual reports. Lead company development of digital campaigns using analytics data and client objectives for maximum audience engagement. Campaign development has included marketing strategy design, SEO strategy development, content calendar development, platform development, and gamification integration. Clients have included the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, the West Virginia High Technology Consortium, and USDA. Successes have contributed to Valador's portfolio of nationally recognized public outreach and engagement initiatives. Work has appeared on major news outlets such as the homepage of CNN.com and strengthened company relationships with internationally recognized organizations.
- Imageworks Studio, LLC.Senior Technical Director, 2001 - 2004
- Digital PressArt Director, 1999 - 2001
I create community-savvy federal websites, design visualization software for NASA, and have worked on documents presented to the U.S. President.
NASA Group Achievement Award - For outstanding contributions in support of the Review of U.S Human Space Flight Plans Committee, informing the U.S. President of options for the future of Human Spaceflight.
Valador, Inc. Project Manager of the NASA Presidential Transition Documents for the U.S. President (2008 & 2012)
NASA Software Recognition Award - Explorations System Mission Directorate Distributed Observer Network (DON)
NASA Tech Brief Award for the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate Distributed Observer Network (ESMD DON)
- Emerson College
- Fairfax High School
How a Rubber Chicken Became a NASA Celebrity | Wired Science | Wired.com
Without a shiny new rover prancing around on Mars shooting rocks with lasers, it can be tough for other NASA missions to get any attention t
NASA - ISU Space Café: Are We Really Ready for Mars?
A biomedical knowledge gap stands in the way of successfully sending humans to Mars.