In my work, it’s about getting things done. I don’t stop at what is assigned to me - I take initiative. If that means I need to learn something, whether it’s manufacturing, coding, or customer outreach, I’m on it, I’ll learn it, and I’ll master it. If it means that the user will have a better experience, I’m willing to break the status quo and put in the effort. Read about how I led Type A Machines' first product transition into contract manufacturing and how I designed an FDA grade 3D printer extruder for my experiences being a cross-functional team player.
I like to think of the future and design new paradigms. Working at a 3D printing startup, I work at a lot of interfaces - the interface between hardware and software, manufacturing and support, and often sales and marketing. But most of all, I work at the interface between what is and what could be. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking deeply about the capabilities of 3D printing and actively developing new ideas that can allow it to be more controlled, complex and useful.
There is a world of possibilities and I choose to be interdisciplinary, original, and committed to them. Read about how I developed Absolute Infill and Cubic Infill and how I introduced model based optimization in 3D printing for my industry-first innovations.
I develop an industry-leading 3D printer. I validate product revisions and scale the product for contract manufacturing.
I write software features that make products smarter and reduce the barrier of entry to 3D printing.
I create the vision for intelligent products by leveraging engineering design optimization and machine learning.