Miscellaneous photos taken during my existence
Born in Cambridge, MA, topics of my interest are endless. In both my person and profession, I aim to live deliberately. I make Android apps, contributed source code, run, climb, read, bike; just about anything that constitues the human experience ad infinitum
Although much of my pre-collegiate life has been spent behind a computer, my current studies include Environmental Science, Chemistry, and Theatre
As a double major in Environmental Science and Chemistry, I am exploring the opportunities available to me in research and industry. I currently attend the Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. There I spend most of my time engaged in thought, at UMOC activities, or simply in the company of others
I work as a resident assistant, mentoring incoming students through their first-year experience by planning events and creating material both interactive and passive. I am also a research assistant in the Food Science department at Dr. David Sela's Research Group. Although I keep myself busy, I am always open to new ideas. If you would like to become a part of my future, let's get in touch
In 2012 I graduated from CRLS. I built websites and mobile apps (see below), designed promotional material, instructed courses at the Harvard Extension School, and even started my own business (a technology service & education non-profit organization called Digital Independence). In my free time I audited computer science courses at Harvard and MIT, experimenting with my own ideas app and website ideas.
Universal notification-count icon widget for all apps & launchers.
Effortless status bar center-clock for rooted users.
Simple, modern, and stylish analog clock widget.
The text clock widget that you actually have to read.
WP7 scientific calculator with themes & history.
Wallpaper with current weather and an animated paper forest.
Analog clock widget with multiple, Holo-UI faces.
I smile on Mondays… and when I get an invitation to connect on LinkedIn, Zerply, or Google+. I would also be happy with an email, or for really urgent matters feel free to give me a ring.