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My bio

I'm a principal engineer at Kensho, working on developer productivity tools. I've previously also held architecture, management, and tech lead individual contributor roles, as well as stewarding Kensho's new grad and early-career recruiting strategy. One of the folks whom I mentored, first as an intern and then as a full-time engineer, wrote a blog post about his experience working with me.

I've presented my work at many conferences and meetups. You can find the full list on the Talks page.

I enjoy skiing, both playing and watching ice hockey, and good sci-fi books and TV shows such as the Expanse series.

Selected awards

As an intern at Dropbox during the summer of 2013, I also won a runner-up "Beast Mode" (best of show) Hack Week award for building a pool shot coach system. The system offered shot advice by tracking the balls and cue stick positions using machine vision and an overhead camera.


I earned a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2015. At MIT, I did performance engineering and computer security research:

During the summers between college semesters, I did software engineering internships at Palantir, Dropbox, and Firebase (shortly before the Google acquisition). I am deeply grateful to the kind folks at those companies that mentored me and helped me get to where I am today.