Franco-american designer specialized in the creation of collaborative experiences with a fascination for the past, present, and future of city-making.
Most recently, I've been a co-conspirator on the Banlieue du Turfu project prototyping desirable futures from the perspective of the French banlieues and their inhabitants, worked closely with BouwhulpGroep to scale their citizen outreach, and developed new forms of stakeholder coordination with Humankind.
As a service designer specialized in the creation of participatory experiences and user research, my work consists of providing the necessary structure for diverse groups of individuals to come together and successfully work together.
Over the past couple years I have been experimenting with making my research efforts an open and collaborative process. Being overwhelmed by the amount of newsletters I do not read I've instead created a DISCORD server, CYBERLOCAL STRATEGIES, where collaborators and I share updates of ongoing projects and references. I have also started a dedicated NOTION to document tools and methods I've designed for myself in the hope that it might be helpful to others. Finally, you can find my 2016 to 2020 website here, and here the TUMBLR I ran from 2012 to 2021.