I'm a PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering advised by Shwetak Patel in the Ubiquitous Computing Lab at the University of Washington. With experience in rapid prototyping, signal processing, and machine learning, I specialize in projects at the intersection of hardware and software. I'm working on making it easier to interact with technology by enabling new kinds of sensing on the human body.

I graduated from North Carolina State University in 2014 as a Park Scholar with a double major in Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering. I conducted research with Dr. Alper Bozkurt in the iBionicS lab and Dr. Donald Bitzer in the RiboLab Research Group.