Digital design and interaction

I am a digital designer from Chile based in London. I have been in a wide variety of projects both in academia and industry.

I owned and worked at a Startup, worked for several creative industries and I have conducted academic design research.

I specialise in the interdisciplinary mix between design, art, technology and science for the developing of novel visual and interactive designs.

I have been involved in more than 40 projects related to UX, art direction, editorial and branding for architects, visual artists, musicians, filmmakers, among others.

Besides design, I also draw and paint and I exhibited my artworks in 2015.


› BA in Design at Universidad de Chile.

› MSc in Human-Computer Interaction and Ergonomics (HCI-E) at University College London.

Research interest

I am currently interested in researching in digital interactions outside screen-based systems and into the physical environment, leveraging inherent human interactions for solving everyday life’s problems through the use of physical user interfaces and sensor-based systems.

Recent publications

2016 - UCL - Data Lamps: Data Sculpture for the Quantified Self – A study into physical ambient data visualisation and time-based activity tracking. (pdf)


2016 - MSc Thesis – Awarded the UCL MSc HCI-E Dissertation Prize 2015/16 for design research project.

2015 - Becas Chile / Conicyt Master Full Scholarship.

2011 - Start-up Chile Accelerator Grant.

2010 - Academic project exhibited at the 4th Chile's Design Biennale.

Relevant technical skills

— Conceptual design, ideation, sketching and rapid prototyping.

— Proficiency in Adobe CS (Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop, After Effects).

— Digital fabrication and prototyping (Arduino).

— Programming skills in HTML, CSS, C++, Javascript.

— Video storytelling and editing.