I am a masters student at Stanford University studying Mechanical Engineering (BS Product Design at Stanford). I love alternative darkroom photography, building physical products, and creating and implementing smart designs.
I am currently a shop TA in Stanford's Product Realization Lab (PRL) where I lead undergraduate and graduate students though their design process and teach them the fundamentals of manufacturing in our machine shop, wood shop, foundry, and welding lab.
I have worked as a Product Design Engineer for Peak Design, a Product Management Intern for the startup Luxe Valet, a Teaching Assistant in Stanford University’s design school, and as a Computational Theory Researcher for the US Army High Performance Computing Research Center.
As a Mayfield Fellow, I study entrepreneurial leadership, business development, and market analysis. The Mayfield Fellows Program at Stanford University selects 12 outstanding students from various technical backgrounds to participate in a 9-month work-study program. The goal of the entrepreneurial program is to develop theoretical understanding, practical knowledge, and leadership skills needed for starting and growing technology companies.