I’m an electrical engineer and developer from outside of Philadelphia.

I build things, I code, I design, and I take photos.

I’m a big fan of science and spent the last four years getting a degree in electrical engineering.

And that’s about it.

I’m a computing-focused electrical engineer and full-stack web developer.

Recently, I graduated Cum Laude from Princeton University with a B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering and a Certificate in Computer Science.

My senior thesis was a scalable network of temperature sensors for monitoring data center climates.

Last Summer, I interned at Vecna Technologies in Boston, writing firmware and designing electrical systems for their autonomous robots.

In Junior year, I built the control circuitry to make an electric hobby car autonomously navigate an environment while avoiding obstacles.

I also built an open-source social network for Princeton students.

In Summer 2014, I interned at Comcast, building an AngularJS web app for their Business Voice division.

Until recently, I was the Technology Chair of The Princeton Tower Club and
Publicity Chair for The Princeton Tiger, one of the oldest college humor magazines in the country.