Hi. I'm David, and I connect people with meaningful stories and information.
Sometimes this means redesigning news flows on the NPR News App or using 360° media to explain climate data. Sometimes it looks like a lamp but works like a radio. Sometimes it feels like a telephone but helps your grandmother use an iPad.
Often, my work involves digital product design and immersive media. I have created content experiences for news organizations and advised agencies on UX design for virtual environments.
I live and work in NYC, where I recently received MFA in Interaction Design at the School of Visual Arts.
The New York Times, "The Sounds of ‘Mannahatta’ in Your Ear" (2017)
Popular Science, "This is what New York City sounded like over 400 years ago" (2017)
The Atlantic | CityLab, "Here's What Manhattan Sounded Like in 1609" (2017)
Fast Company | Co.Design, "This Smart Speaker Becomes A Communication Hub During Disasters" (2016)
Wonderful Behaviors, "Introducing Wonderful Behaviors" (2017)
NPR Design, "Takeaways from a Summer with NPR Design" (2016)
SELECTED AWARDS / GRANTS
A+E Networks, Digital Media Fellow (2017)
Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards, Student Finalist (2016)
MIT Enterprise Forum | Dream it. Code it. Win It., Creativity Award (2016)
Audible: The Future of Listening, Finalist (2016)