I’m a PhD student in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. I work with Eric Paulos in the Hybrid Ecologies Lab. I’m also part of the Berkeley Center for New Media and the Berkeley Institute of Design. I love building things, big and small! My academic research background lies at the intersection of the fabrication of nano- and micro-scale optoelectronics, materials science, and applied physics. I also spent a few years as a hardware engineer at Apple working on the display team for the Apple Watch and iPhone product lines.

I graduated from Princeton University in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and minors in applications of computing and materials science. I received my master’s degree from MIT in 2013 in electrical engineering and computer science.

Here you can find my CV as well as descriptions of my current and prior projects and publications.