b. 1986, HK.


I am a designer with an interdisciplinary background and a diverse bench of experience at multiple levels of scale and impact. I’ve worked in energy helping the country’s largest utilities use behavioral science to motivate customers to reduce energy use, at the UN with institutional investors to integrate long-termism into their portfolios, in food as a professional baker, and as a design and build hobbyist, most recently turning my truck into a mobile tiny house.

I am currently pursuing a graduate degree in design at Carnegie Mellon University.  I am driven by a desire to tackle intractable problems and to understand what connects people to place and to community. I believe that these relationships are at the core of what motivates and inspires humans to engage locally and globally.