About Me

I am currently a grauduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology, completing a Masters of Science in Computer Science. I am also employed by the University of Pennsylvania GRASP Lab (General Robotics Automation Sensing & Perception), performing research with Dr. Kostas Daniilidis. My current projects, Style Disentanglement and Human Pose, are in collaboration with art historian William Schmenner and the Frick Collection. My undergraduate degree was a Bachelors of Science in Statistics, completed at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2019.

Be sure to check out my GRASP profile and LinkedIn.

On This Website

  1. Resume: My professional resume detailing my education, internships, and work experience.
  2. Experience: A thorough breakdown of my research, internship, and work experience.
  3. Skills: A thorough breakdown of my skills and how I obtained them.
  4. Publications: A list and descriptions of academic publications I have authored.
  5. Projects: Descriptions and links to projects I have completed for personal, educational, or professional use.
  6. Portfolio: My personal portfolio of various creative work, including UI, graphic design, and fine arts.