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. 


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




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




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




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

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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