Currently I’m a developer at Opentrons Labworks, and previously I was an electronics design engineer at Tomorrow Lab, where I focus on physical computing, PCB fabrication, and connected devices. I am also teaching a course at ITP this Fall titled Homemade Hardware, where I am showing students how to fabricate custom circuit boards for microcontroller-based projects.
My past experiences include lead-developer and interaction designer at OpenTrons, creative-developer at BitTorrent, and a resident researcher at ITP-NYU.
I believe a highly connected world is a canvas for our actions. As artists and makers, we have the responsibility to grow an internet of things that enables creativity, improvisation, and open-source. I want to know how we can make a networked world that operates on our own terms.