I was born, raised, and currently live in NYC (Queens). I grew up learning the piano, tinkering with smartphones, building custom PCs, and playing video games.

In Fall 2018, I attended Baruch College to study finance. I only stayed for one semester after realizing I didn't really have the passion for a career in the business world.

In Spring 2019, I transferred to University at Buffalo to study computer science. There, I met some wonderful people and discovered my passion for frontend development. During my senior year, I began working on Frosty, my most successful project so far.

In Summer 2022, after graduating I took a few months off to continue working on Frosty and random side projects. By the end of 2022, I grew Frosty to 100,000+ downloads.

In Spring 2023, I joined the frontend engineering team at Wildr. There, I led development of new web apps and contributed to the mobile app with multiple new features, improvements, and bug fixes.


In my free time, I enjoy watching streams on Twitch and playing PC games. My hobbies include collecting CS2 skins and building mechanical keyboards.

A top-down photo of my QK75 keyboard placed on a bamboo desk.
My QK75 with GMK Monokai Material keycaps and Invokeys Black Sesame switches.