Product Design

Cub Cadet Future Visions Semi finalist - Continuing
Published in Popular Mechanics June 2011
     The Cub Cadet Aide is a programmable residential lawnmower which utilizes one central electric motor powered by a Zinc Air battery.  It is charged by solar cells within the paint of the body of the mower;  the Aide is able to charge itself while it works. When it returns to its docking station, it transfers any extra energy gathered while working back into the energy grid. The Aide utilizes four independently steered wheels which allow it to complete zero degree turns, leaving your lawn unscathed. The Aide employs scanning technology to stop at any moving objects and is also equip with blade stopping technology ensuring the users safety.
The Cub Cadet Aide is set up by the user through Demonstrational Programming. The user just folds out the handle from the top compartment of the mower, presses the record button, and cuts the lawn to their liking. When the user is finished, they press the record button again to end the programming session. The Aide is now ready to cut the lawn by itself while the user completes other landscaping tasks. The mower can also be programmed to mulch or compress the lawn clippings and deposit them in the user’s garden.


Grocery Handle Invention; Production in progress

Grocery Handle in use

Harley Davidson Slingshot

Loud Pipes & Chrome Design Competition

Harley Davidson & NASF sponsored project, 3rd place award. Judged by a panel of Harley Davidson designers. My design is a modern minimalist Cafe Racer with integrated parts and frame for 2015.

Arvin Meritor / International Trucks

Received 2nd place design award from a panel of International truck and Meritor judges. 

Project was built as a 1/4 scale model and displayed at the 2011 Mid American Truck Show in Kentucky.

Allure Yacht design (In Progress) 285ft

Interior in progress

Michelin Wheel/Vehicle Design

Michelin Sponsored studio. Displayed in 2011 North American International Auto show.

Jetfoil Yacht design 135ft

Design Foam model 1:50 scale

This yacht uses retractable hydrofoils which lift the yacht out of the water while at speed, avoiding water drag and increasing efficiency. When the yacht is traveling at lower speeds the hydrofoils retract into the hull and allow the yacht to access shallow waters. The yacht is powered by two gas turbines which power two water jets.

Toaster design

Flash Animation

A Kinetic typography animation that I created from an interview of Chris Bangle, BMWs former lead designer. I also multi tracked the music in the back ground.

Trek Project Zero SUV