About Me

Hi, I’m an undergraduate student at New York University. I’m majoring in Computer Science, and my interest in the field is (at this point) very varied. I have dabbled briefly in many disciplines, including back-end web development, cryptography and machine learning, but the majority of my experience is in front-end web and app development. Most of this I did in my own time, and my overall aim at college is to formalize this “dabbling”.

College has given me the opportunity and time to branch out into other interests; I’ve learned about everything from Egypt in the late BCEs to analysis of photographs from the Second World War. All of this is circumscribed by my passion for learning. More than anything, I’m an puzzle solver: trying to make disparate things in disparate fields fit together to give a meaningful result. This exploration led me to discover my enthusiasm for teaching. I currently work as a Learning Assistant at NYU’s University Learning Center, where I tutor classes in computer science, math, and even writing.

If you want to know more, you can find things I’m currently working on here. You can also find what I’m reading, watching, and listening to in Library.


If you want to get in touch, you can contact me at [email protected]. I’m also on Twitter, Github, and LinkedIn.

Profile picture of me sitting with a little doggo.