About Me

As long as I can remember, I have always been passionate about understanding how things work. When I was 12, my father gave me a clock and asked me to take it a part. I excitedly took a part the circuit board and components. When I was done, my dad gave me the challenge of putting it back together. He wanted me to learn a valuable lesson about how putting things back together can be more difficult than taking them a part. This experience sparked my passion for computer science, which only intensified as I joined my high school robotics team and enrolled in all the computer science courses my school offered.

In college, I found a love of learning new languages, learning how to use data bases, and building my own complier. I learned fundamental basics of the inner workings of a computer chip, down to the 0s and 1s on a wire. For my capstone project, I built a prosthetic arm that ran on an Arduino connected to an EEG headset to read electrical impulses off of a person’s scalp, ran the signals through a multi-layered perceptron to move the prosthetic arm.

Joining the industry was an exciting time for me because, simply put, I was being paid to do what I loved. Isn’t that the dream? I have also had the opportunity to work beside colleagues who share the same passion I do, and we’re willing to help me continue to develop my skills.