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Senior Product Marketing Manager
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Founder & Creative Director
Cross domain designer. Started career with Animation & moved across multiple disciplines in a very short span.
Product Marketing Manager at Webflow. Mediocre designer. Based in NYC.
I’m a people person, and I’ve spent my career trying to understand what makes people tick. What do they care about? What do they click on? Digging and discovering has become my methodology as I consistently surface customer insights that influence products, campaigns and strategy.
Gravitating toward companies that excel in both design and technology – Autodesk, Creative Market, and now Webflow – I've happily fallen into a path of working on tools and platforms that help businesses of all sizes get a leg up. I'm currently a product marketing manager at Webflow focused on business use cases.
A Miami transplant in the Bay Area, I love sunshine-filled days, chocolate chip cookies and a great pair of slippers.
From an aesthete to a photographer to an engineer to a developer to a designer, moving from one label to another, somewhere along the way came the realisation that these labels are just in place to make it convenient for social identification and classification, and that they should not be the point anybody's pursuit.
"You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. You have to trust in something - your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever." — Steve Jobs
Nothing resonates with me more than the above quote. When I think about the current realm of technology, spanning from space to wrist, it is hard not to feel excited about the way interactions have been redefined over and over since the age of tools. From my understanding of hieroglyphics to my everyday interaction with iconography, I sense a peculiar correlation in the methodology of encoding and perception that has remained the same. What we are today is much due to the experiences we've had in the past.
My journey into the field of design has been an organic evolution from a curious kid coloring the charts and making crafts, an impatient music practitioner, and a soul-searching photographer gracefully transitioning into the identity of a designer. I see this as a transition from creating something for personal delight to creating something for a certain objective owing to the realization of the invisible process that's all around us shaping the built environment and the experiences that we're in.
I see a strong parallel between the beauty of things designed around us and what makes me an advocate of being an autodidact. My interest lies in these technological transitions that shape interactions; investigating whether it has bridged, overlapped, or widened the gap between humans and the prevailing myriad interfaces. This quest of mine is not only to enhance design for technological advancement but also more importantly to foster greater social understanding. Frozen Iris; once started as a photography page, evolved into a design practice that allowed me to delve into various facets of design and to keep learning from it.
Today, Frozen Iris is a collective of design practitioners and aficionados dwelling and further exploring the uncharted territories of design, through intervention. The belief with which you start the journey defines the journey and Frozen Iris stands testimony to the same.