Here's a bit about me.

I'm a hyper-curious interdisciplinarian tinkering with the intersection of design and international development. I explore how people and the systems they create—particularly in constrained and developing contexts—can collaborate to improve services using technology, design, creativity, and open methodologies.

Maybe you'd like to explore this website to learn more about me and about the odd project that keeps me busy and excited.

Or maybe you've seen enough and would prefer to leave and wipe this experience from your memory. I won't be offended if so.


Things I do

An overview of goals, questions, and hobbies that get me up in the morning.

Institutional innovation

How can development organizations reconfigure themselves to thrive in the 21st century?

Digital design

I design logos, identities, books, reports, websites, and a medley of other random stuff.

(Open) data

How can the release of public datasets help unlock latent value for citizens and governments?

Open innovation

I help design programs that foster entrepreneurial skills and forge unlikely alliances.

Service design

How can design thinking help us discover services that fit local contexts and political economies?


When I'm not doing anything productive, I'm maniacally following, watching, or playing soccer.


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