I’m a digital designer with more than 15 years of experience working on interactive projects for web, mobile, and site-specific installations. I’m currently a Product Design Team Lead at Datadog, where I manage a group of five designers and guide the design of products in the alerting space (Monitors, Incidents, Events and SLOs). Previously, I was the Digital Art Director for The New York Times Magazine, where I oversaw the design and production of the Magazine’s special issues and features. Apart from The New York Times, I have worked with other great companies and cultural institutions such as The National September 11 Memorial Museum, The Eisenhower Memorial, The National Museum of American Jewish History, The New York City’s office for Media and Entertainment and the Liceu Opera House in Barcelona.
The projects that I worked on have been recognized with awards by the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, the World Press Photo Foundation, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the American Alliance of Museums, the Society of Publication Designers, the D&AD Foundation and others. For more details, visit my profile on LinkedIn.
I’m obsessed with problem-solving and get very excited about everything related to design, technology and storytelling. I also enjoy giving talks and organizing workshops on digital design and meeting new people.
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