I’m a dedicated creative with 20+ years experience producing events, exhibits, interactive art, and technology projects around the world. My work has been exhibited in the DeYoung Museum, The Nobel Peace Center, the United Nations HQ, and the Field Museum among others. I've done 1000+ events of all kinds from festivals and exhibitions, to tech conferences and conventions. I am a passionate artist, arts advocate, and curator. I like to support my local community in various ways and facilitate creative opportunities for others when possible.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, I produced a lot of virtual events and activities, as well as developed custom platforms and components to facilitate them. I also started the Local Love project in March 2020 to provide community support and opportunities for Bay Area based creatives working in any medium. The project started online, and in 2021 moved to in-person, museum quality exhibitions featuring local artists. The project was designed for all artists and staff to be paid and share in the revenue of tickets sales. We sold more than $50,000 in tickets over the two festivals. You can read more about the Local Love project here.

I run a creative agency called Musepop that specializes in events, exhibits, experience design and technology. I've done custom projects for around 200 companies, from the big tech giants to NGO's and other creative agencies. I have a broad range of skills and expertise and am happy to chat with anyone whether you are looking to learn or do business. Feel free to get in touch. My social links are below the contact form should you want to follow along.

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