Hey! It's Me!
I'm a software engineer from Seattle. These days I work for Google in their Seattle office, helping to empower nonprofits with technology. Before that, I was part of the Google Drive team in Boulder, CO. In 2017 I graduated from the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University with a B.S. in Computer Science. A long time ago I interned on the Google AdWords team in New York and at Dreambox Learning in Bellevue, WA.
In my free time I like to ski and hike in the Cascade Mountains. I'm learning to play golf, but so far I'm not very good.
Statistics! In the early-to-mid 2010s a drinking game called Caps gained prominence at Northwestern University. This post is a result of my efforts to quantitatively identify elite Caps players as part of an iOS app called SplashTrack.
Need a business model for your next company? Look no further.
Rainier is a lightweight Sass framework. It's modular, has typography based on relative units, and is built to be extended and modified. I developed Rainier and released it under the MIT license. Check out the demo page!
I started this site in 2014 to teach myself web development. A couple revisions and many years later, here we are. Enjoy!