I'm a recent grad with a passion for good design, putting creativity to work, and engineering innovative solutions.
From designing a Martian city as a kid to walking into the shop my first day at Harvard, I have always loved engineering. The sciences explain how the world works; creativity allows you to imagine something new. Engineering is the means to traverse the gap between what's dreamed and what's possible, and is the bridge to an incredible future. And there's nothing cooler than helping pave the way.
From years of work in biology labs (National Cancer Institute, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab) to hands-on mechanical design at Harvard, my background in engineering design is pretty varied. Much of my recent work has been on wearable technology-- the intersection of new materials and human biometrics is fascinating, and it's something I'd love to keep exploring as the industry explodes.