HI AND WELCOME TO MY WEBSITE!

I really hope you enjoy viewing the projects and content. That's what keeps me driven to make more, write more and share more.

The website started out as a simple task to create an online portfolio of my best design projects. Somewhere down the line, I started enjoying the coding process and decided that I wanted to make it personal, engaging and also fun. It will serve as a platform to share my projects and my ideas, as well as my latest opinions on stuff I find interesting - so you could expect the site to see frequent updates.

As a designer who is now moving into software engineering, I have experience in two very different, yet innately overlapping fields - and I have a lot to talk about that. I wish to reach out to people who are new to code and yet so fascinated by it. I also hope to engage designers that are growing more aware of their reliance on technology, be it in their product ideas, CAD surface modeling or algorithmic design of form. This is just the start and I can't wait to add more projects and content in the future.

If you liked what you saw or have something cool to share, or just want to say hi, please don't hesitate to reach out!

MY BACKGROUND

I graduated from Rhode Island School of Design as an Industrial Design major, following which I worked a year in Seattle as a product designer for ceramics products.

During my days in Seattle, I found time to explore my latent desire to learn to code. I pursued a bunch of online courses, most notably Harvard CS50's Intro to Programming, which was truly beyond amazing and totally redefined online learning for me.

I began reading books on Java, as well as HTML/CSS/Javascript and I learned to solve coding problems with the comfort of knowing that there is a thriving online community of programmers that are patient and happy to help.

PRESENT DAY

During my days in Seattle, I found time to explore my latent desire to learn to code. I pursued a bunch of online courses, most notably Harvard CS50's Intro to Programming, which was truly beyond amazing and totally redefined online learning for me.

I began reading books on Java, as well as HTML/CSS/Javascript and I learned to solve coding problems with the comfort of knowing that there is a thriving online community of programmers that are patient and happy to help.

I am now pursuing a Masters in Computer Science (Bridge) at University of San Francisco and I am amazed and honored that someone from my non-technical background can have a chance at pursuing computer science too.