"I’m a designer working at Cloud Gehshan. I earned a BS in Industrial Design from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. My training in industrial and graphic design makes me uniquely suited to the environmental graphic design discipline. I like to study and figure out how make a three dimensional object from a two dimensional design concept. In this process, I make a scale model to understand that we get the right design aesthetically and structurally. I enjoy solving problems that come out in the construction documentation phase. My goal is to provide a suitable wayfinding system with affordable function and beauty to people who will use it. I started with a full-time internship at Cloud Gehshan in 2015 and have since become a full-time designer with them. While I’m working at CG, I have developed even more of an interest in the wayfinding field. My highlighted works at CG are Elon University and Barnes Jewish Hospital exterior wayfinding system, Jacob Javits Convention Center and Cornell University interior wayfinding system."