I’m a design leader with 20 years of experience in design strategy and management across creative fields, in organizations big and small, for profit and nonprofit. I earned my BFA in Industrial Design from Rochester Institute of Technology and went on to design consumer electronics at Bose Corporation. There, in 2008, I received the Red Dot Design Award for my design work, and that same year the entire Bose Design Center received Red Dot’s prestigious Design Team of the Year award. I taught design and entrepreneurship at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, and Babson College, where I earned my MBA in 2015.
In 2009, I founded Design Museum Everywhere
, an online, nomadic museum with the mission to bring the transformative power of design everywhere. Design is everywhere, so the museum has no permanent address, instead, my team and I turn the museum inside out, making it accessible to all across many platforms and locations. I’m also the host of Design is Everywhere
, a weekly podcast on the impact of design in our lives.
I’ve worked at and consulted with some of the top brands in the world including GE, Kodak, Bose, Shark/Ninja, and Philips. I love using design and business strategy to solve complex problems that work for people, business, and the environment. In 2020 Graphic Design USA named me one of their 20 Responsible Designers to Watch. I frequently speak at events and conferences on design, strategy, entrepreneurship, and museums, including most recently at the New England Museum Association, MIT, TEDx, and various corporate gatherings.
I live outside Boston, MA — and love working remotely and traveling — with my wife and two children (with #3 on the way). The recognition I’m most proud of? In 2019 I was named one of Fatherly’s 100 Coolest Dads in America, #57 on the list