The Journey

I have always been a tinkerer and designer, but when I broke my dad's computer as a child trying to fit it in a 6" x 6" x 6" metal box I figured I should learn something technical before trying to make it look cool.

As an engineer I have worked at companies like General Motors, BlackBerry, Apple and Microsoft building the next greatest thing while outwitting schedules. As a designer, on my own time, I have created products with friends, collegues and classmates that help me achieve my dream of creating products to uplift society at a global scale.

In addition to my professional experiences, I have also lived, studied and volunteered in various cultures and countries like Vietnam, Thailand, Russia, India and Sri Lanka. Through these adventures I have gained a better understanding of how technology, design and humans work when brought together.

In my spare time I like to climb mountains, ride my motorcycle into the sunset, break things and fix them, board a plane to somewhere, create cool new product concepts and eat.

At this point in my life I would like to dedicate my engineering skills and design experience to solve human problems by creating products that don't forget our humanity.
Shameless Self Promotion

If you would like to know more about my current career progress I suggest taking a look at my resume. I market myself as a designer and hardware engineer. I'm still looking for the opportunity where they are both one and the same.

Click here to view my resume

Click here to view my printable portfolio

Click here to view my Behance portfolio

My Adventures

I love travelling, maybe it's because I grew up in so many different places. I've been lucky enough to travel a bit but there's always a lot more to explore. Moving around and seeing new things excites me and keeps me sane. If you ever need a travel buddy, you're going to need someone who can eat anything, sleep anywhere and run fast. I'm your guy!

The summit of Mount Rainier at 14,409 feet

Swimming with elephants in Luang Prabang

Sand dunes in Vietnam

Friendly game of soccer in Phuket

Looking down from the Mount Fuji summit at 12,388 feet

Trekking the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China

All the gray countries still need to be explored.

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