Skills

I developed these skills through my internship at Stryker, as a Shop Assistant at Bray Labs, in courses during my undergrad, at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program's month long workshop, at a wearable tech conference and through my own discovery. 

Titanium Elephants
Titanium Elephants

These elephants were designed in SolidWorks and 3D printed in three different orientations out of Titanium, utilizing Materialize Magics software.

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Flipcutting a Frisbee
Flipcutting a Frisbee

This is a blog post created during my internship at Bray Labs to demonstrate the process of "Flipcutting" (2 sided milling) a Frisbee with a CNC.

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Designing a Mask
Designing a Mask

This is a blog post from the Bray Labs internship, created to encourage students to use the Vacuum Form. The parts of the mask were 3D modeled on SolidWorks, printed on the Dimension 3D printer and then placed in a Vacuum Form to create the mask.

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Titanium Elephants
Titanium Elephants

These elephants were designed in SolidWorks and 3D printed in three different orientations out of Titanium, utilizing Materialize Magics software.

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Equipment

FDM and SLA 3D Printers and working knowledge of LRM Printers, CNC Router, Laser Cutter, Horizontal and Vertical Band Saws, Drill Press, Jump Shear, Beverly Shear, Belt Sander, Grinder, Soldering Iron, Welding, Sewing Machine

C-17 Design Challenge
C-17 Design Challenge

Winning Design for the C-17 Design Challenge at the AM Olympics, developed in Solidworks in 2020.

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Serpent Hat Assembly
Serpent Hat Assembly

Modeled and assembled in SolidWorks, this hat was created for my independent undergraduate research in wearable tech costumes. See the link for more information.

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"Out of This World" Lamp
"Out of This World" Lamp

Designed in Autodesk Inventor

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C-17 Design Challenge
C-17 Design Challenge

Winning Design for the C-17 Design Challenge at the AM Olympics, developed in Solidworks in 2020.

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Computer

Aided

Design

SolidWorks, Creo, nTop Platform, Element, Power Surfacing, PTC, Inventor, Revit, AutoCAD, Blender

Weighted Overlay for Wind Suitability in
Weighted Overlay for Wind Suitability in

Designed using ArcGIS for the "Climate Change Engineering" class at Tufts University.

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Brace Designs
Brace Designs

I was commissioned in 2018 to design a brace to keep a hand in place for blood pressure monitoring for a Blood Pressure Imager by MD Mohan Thanikachalam. These are the digital sketches for a hand brace that also kept the device in place. Digital Sketches created in Sketchbook, layout in Powerpoint.

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Costume Design Presentation
Costume Design Presentation

In 2019, I costumed designed the play Mr.Burns at Tufts University. This presentation was created in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign.

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Weighted Overlay for Wind Suitability in
Weighted Overlay for Wind Suitability in

Designed using ArcGIS for the "Climate Change Engineering" class at Tufts University.

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Computer

 

Software 

Ansys, Materialise Magics, ArcGIS, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Mathcad, Microsoft Office

Breath-Responsive Skirt
Breath-Responsive Skirt

This skirt contains two circuits: one follows the rim of the skirt and lights red LEDs, and the second circuit consists of four RGB LEDs that change color based on the user’s breathing. Behind the Adafruit Flora there is a felt sensor composed of conductive and nonconductive wool. When the actor breathes, the stbreathes, the stomach presses the sensor and lowers the resistance of the sensor, changing the color of the skirt. Coded in Arduino

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Shadow Play Webpage
Shadow Play Webpage

I developed this webpage after participating in ITP Camp in June 2020. This webpage utilizes Google's Teachable Machines to show an animal based on the shadow puppet displayed by the user. Coded in JavaScript and HTML/CSS.

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Ukulele Experiment
Ukulele Experiment

The overall purpose of this lab was to measure the change in sound pressure level (SPL) to a note when there a ukulele sound chamber, and when the front of the sound chamber was stuffed with foam. The experiment involved fabrication, electronics and Labview code.

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Breath-Responsive Skirt
Breath-Responsive Skirt

This skirt contains two circuits: one follows the rim of the skirt and lights red LEDs, and the second circuit consists of four RGB LEDs that change color based on the user’s breathing. Behind the Adafruit Flora there is a felt sensor composed of conductive and nonconductive wool. When the actor breathes, the stbreathes, the stomach presses the sensor and lowers the resistance of the sensor, changing the color of the skirt. Coded in Arduino

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Coding

 

Language

MATLAB, Arduino, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, Labview, C++ (Basic)