Pushing, pulling, and manipulating electrons to make things beep, blink, and move. Helping clients navigate through tough electrical and software engineering decisions to make their products come alive.
In 2004, I attended the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, AZ, where I studied the art of sound design. After seven years of working as a freelance audio engineer, I enrolled at Michigan Technological University to pursue a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with a focus on embedded engineering and signal processing. After graduation, I moved to Madison, WI to work for Extreme Engineering Solutions as a Hardware Test Engineer, doing environmental testing on small-board computers and then to Coldquanta, where I worked as an Embedded Engineer helping with an effort to commercialize a neutral atom quantum computer.
I love learning about everything from technology to people to philosophies. I love connecting with others by learning more about their interests and hobbies; there is so much to learn in world.
Tinkering at home with prototyping, playing hockey, biking, making music, and discovering sounds.
First memory of design thinking
My friend and I used to spend hours setting up folded playing cards to use in large domino lines, sometimes incorporating aspects of a Rube Goldberg machine.