I am an artist and designer based in New York City and Karachi. My design practice is an attempt to merge distinct realities to find a calming center. 

At Work & Co, I worked with incredible clients like Gatorate, Mayo Clinic, and Audacy. Before that I was at Daily Harvest

At Pratt, I combined my interests in sensors, wearables, and health tech with my experience as a cancer survivor to build an early cancer detection system

I studied Economics at UIUC and bring a practical, cost-conscious, and sustainable solution for my clients -- I recently created the brand identity for a new Toronto restaurant, Chick Bites.  

I am an avid reader and have built websites for authors and book clubs

I’m a photographer (Setting up shop in Karachi) and a painter

Pakistani design heritage is a passion of mine and for my fellowship at Third Eye, I designed a photo-book to highlight Urdu calligraphy and traditional South Asian titles and patterns. 

I’m always keen to chat about new projects and collaborations, please do reach out and say hello! 

Cancer. We have all heard the word and are connected to it to some degree. An estimated 1,660 deaths per day in the United States are due to cancer. There is no cure for cancer but early detection can save lives. Through wearables we can help in the early detection of cancer.

This capstone project proposes an integrated system of wearable technology and integrated mobile tech to create an early warning solution. The shirt incorporates sensors that monitor temperature, heart rate, and other vitals that are translated into infographics and statistics in the app. This system keeps track of our health and its trends.

Early detection of cancer could be as easy as wearing a shirt!