Trained as an architect, I have a detailed knowledge of the built environment and how it impacts our overall well-being. I'm always thinking about creative ways to incorporate emerging technologies which yield positive social and cognitive results. My intimate understanding of a wide range of materials is core to the way I approach design challenges and at the forefront of each project we take-on at Dispersion.
Prior to founding Dispersion, I designed 21st century outdoor learning environments and interactive public art alongside some of today's top innovators. I helped design and build large-scale, interactive, public art with Jen Lewin Studio. Our projects ranged from 50ft. long laser harps in Minneapolis, to playground equipment in Singapore. Previous to that I helped establish a nation-wide network of outdoor classrooms with Kimbal Musk's, The Kitchen Community. From the second Learning Garden to the 200th, I managed the product offering, classroom design, manufacturing and distribution to some of the largest school districts in the nation.
When I'm not lighting up the world with Dispersion, I'm can be found lighting up the world with my wife, son, and dachshund. You can likely find us adventuring in the mountains, on the river, or road tripping to the desert for a long weekend.