Hello there adventurer, you seem to have found my website!

Here's a bit about me if you're interested.


I'm currently a 5/5 Electrical Engineer at Stevens Institute of Technology. I've completed two co-op terms, and I'm scheduled to graduate in Spring 2024 after my final two semesters of classes.

More Places to Find Me

  • GitLab
    • Where my personal projects live.
  • GitHub
    • Where my classwork and Summer research lives.
  • LinkedIn
    • Here's hoping I look vaguely professional...



I primarily grew up with macOS and Windows, but near the end of high school found Linux and I haven't gone back since.

Here are the current distributions I'm using:

  • Laptop: openSUSE Aeon (immutable root systems are cool)
  • Steam Deck: SteamOS 3 (would I really use anything else?)
  • Server: Debian 11 (a certified classic)

If you'd like to see my laptop dotfiles, head over here. I don't have any details in the README, but feel free to peruse the random things I've come up with over time. There's also a branch for the dotfiles I used on my Steam Deck, but I've since removed those and just use it for gaming.

Video Games

Back in the good old days when I'd get home from school and hop on Xbox Live, I actually really enjoyed multiplayer games such as Battlefield, Call of Duty, and Destiny. Over time, I've stopped enjoying competitive multiplayer games, started enjoying purely single-player and cooperative multiplayer games (us vs the environment) significantly more.

Here are some of the more recent titles I've been playing:

  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Hades
  • The Spyro Reignited Trilogy
  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Hi-Fi Rush

Tabletop Role Playing Games

One of the hobbies I picked up since I starting at Stevens was TTRPGs. I started with Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, but I have moved onto Pathfinder 2nd edition as the main system I play. I've also tried Cyberpunk Red and Lancer, and I can highly recommend both of those systems as well. I've also begun running a game of Lancer, and the best way I can describe is if Titanfall 2 was made into a TTRPG.


When I read it's typically in binges, which is why I don't usually pick up a new book or series until some sort of vacation rolls around. Most everything I read falls into either science fiction or fantasy, but occasionally I find another gem, typically from the recommendation of somebody else. Here are some of my favorite books:

  • The Inheritance Cycle
  • The Ender Quintet
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • Altered Carbon
  • The Fault in Our Stars

Animated Shows

Similarly to books I try not to start a new show unless I have lots of time to kill, but my often my watch history on Netflix and Crunchyroll would beg to differ on that one.

From said watch history (in no particular order):

  • Brand New Animal
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts
  • Cowboy Bebop
  • Cyberpunk Edgerunners
  • Darling in the Franxx