As a child I went to a lot of museums, but had two favorite sections: Arms and Armor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Design Collection on the third floor at MoMA. I'm less interested in armor-clad horses now, but I still love MoMA's third floor. It feels as if I have always loved cars – identifying passing cars on New York streets was a favorite childhood game on the way to school – but it wasn't until MoMA displayed a Jaguar E-Type as part of a design exhibit, that I realized one could make a career out of it. I’ve been working towards something for the Design Collection, ever since. Whether that’s a boundary pushing sports-car or a humble cooking tool, I’d like to imagine it will be designed with empathy, and an emphasis on crafting a compelling story for the “how” and “why” of the product. I’m a storyteller, and love telling a good story, whether it’s with words, sketches, form studies or a fully realized product.