I love solving complex spaces and simplifying them for users; whether it be through information systems or placemaking solutions. I firmly believe in intelligent, disciplined, and inclusive design solutions that are culturally sensitive and socially relevant.
My interest in wayfinding stems from my background as a landscape architect. Prior to joining Endpoint, I worked on various projects with some of the best designers in Southeast Asia – where I gained extensive experience in graphics, design management, and space planning.
Having a deep understanding of the built environment and user needs, combined with my passion for graphic design, are essential at Endpoint. My work encompasses wayfinding research, analysis, and strategy for all kinds of projects – as well as streamlining and effectively communicating solutions to clients and stakeholders through engaging information graphics.
Outside of work, you’ll usually find me doing pen and ink sketches, snapping photos, shopping for indoor plants, or getting lost in bookstores.