I am primarily moved through the evolution of individual perspective through the spread of ideas to further ascend an individual to reach their maximum potential.
Always questioning process of thought through empirical observation, my purpose is to guide students to think differently through a non-linear approach.
I seek to teach students the theory behind mathematical equations to have a thorough grasp of how to approach each problem with in-depth comprehensive understanding of where equations visually derive from. Often students are taught how to solve mathematical problems yet are left out from understanding the 'why' part of the equation.
Mathematics is a universal language, yet numbers are a man-made concept to have our minds be able to explain the physical world around us.
I studied Mathematics and Psychology at Harvard with their Secondary School Program. The credits attained from this program allowed for early graduation from preparatory grade school.
Graduating in the top 1% of a ~1,350 class, I was offered a full-tuition scholarship with New York University to study Art History as a Dean's Scholar with their Presidential Honors Program.
I began Architecture School in San Francisco after living in Europe for a couple of years. There was a constant underlying curiosity of theoretically proving the mathematical origins of existence. Thus, I began a career which was fueled through being the creator of third dimensional reality through two-dimensional rendering softwares.
While a student at Academy of Art University, I was the Teaching Assistant to The Golden Ratio and Sacred Geometry; an unknown subject the Ancient Egyptians discovered divulging into the Mathematical underlying truth to existence. During Sophomore year I was the Teaching Assistant to 2D Media and History of Architecture.
However, after first Architecture internship at a firm in Miami, I discovered I was not meant to work in the civilian spectrum of Architecture. I was meant to be an Academic. I have an immense passion for teaching and the spread of ideas, or the ‘impregnation of the mind,’ as outlined in Plato’s Symposium.
I am now in the process of publishing my first book titled Multiversonal. This first publication deals with proving the origins of existence of the virtual reality we inhabit through the binary conversion of anti-material sound wavelengths of the Mandelbrot Set and into third dimensional realm of Platonic forms through the aether. This first publication is approached through a perspective of Metaphysics, Mathematics and Art History.
I began teaching Mathematics, Physics and Standardized Testing with Sylvan Learning Center at sixteen years of age. I have worked on-and-off with Sylvan Learning Center and Kumon throughout the years not only as a tutor for a wide spectrum of subjects but in administrative work as well.
My focus is to teach students how to reach their full-potential through the thorough understanding of any given content through a theoretical approach. The why is the priori to mastering any problem. For if we understand where we come from, we can now see the trajectory of where we are heading. “It is far more important to be taught how to think rather than what to think,” -Neil deGrasse Tyson
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Academy of Art University - Bachelor of Science, Architecture
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