designer | developer
a school, life, and work update
Fall semester 2015 was the busiest semester I’ve ever had at MIT. I had a heavier courseload than ever, 60 credit hours a week. The classes I was pushed me creatively in ways that I haven’t experienced before. I was overwhelmingly encompassed in group work, which could be stressful at... More
a synopsis of the incredible experience that was Design for America's Leadership Studio 2015.
DFA is all about creating projects that build solutions for problems throughout America. Project teams work throughout the year on a cause that they decide on together, on something that’s meaningful to each project team member. Although that’s wonderful, there’s not much opportunity to connect with studios around the country.... More
a mid-summer update on projects and professional life
It’s hard to believe how much of the summer has now gone by. Work has been engrossing so far, which, abeit good in some sense, has been sapping my creativity in my personal projects. I’ve finally hit some kind of rhythm, and it’s very much appreciated. At IS&T, I have... More
An update on taking this site live.
My personal website is—dare I even say it?—complete. Having a personal website has given me a playground on which to grow my HTML + CSS skills. Today, that finally comes to fruition in the form of a fully-functional theme. I’m incredibly excited, and looking forward to working more with Jekyll.... More
a few thoughts on relaxation and motivation
It’s taken me quite a long time to realize that relaxation does not exclude motivation. I can be relaxed and motivated at the same time, and it’s all in my state of mind. This wonderful Thursday morning, I made myself some breakfast, had coffee with a friend I hadn’t seen... More