I began studying technology, sculpting and fabrication since an early age. I attended school for biomedical engineering where I studied implant, surgical, diagnostic, sensing and prosthetic technologies. I have worked as a technical fabricator with New Flesh since 2007, developing biomedical devices, composite materials, wearable technologies and various contracted prototypes. I also hold a patent for an implantable artificial muscle system. I have worked on many collaborative fabrication projects such as installations, large scale sculptures, Mutant Vehicles, wearable sculptures, high-end furniture, theatrical props, sets and costumes. I am well versed in mold making, composite material fabrication, 3D design and manufacture (printing, milling etc), sensor system and actuator hardware, prosthetic fabrication, medical device fabrication, fine metal finishing, woodworking, plastic molding/fabrication, welding and other methods.
I have worked fixing medical devices, went to school for biomedical engineering where I studied implant, surgical, diagnostic, sensing and prosthetic technologies. I hold a patent for an implantable artificial muscle system.
I have over a decade of experience as an after-school enrichment instructor, private tutor, summer camp lead/counselor, adult educator, lecturer and panelist. After completing a replica prosthesis for the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia received the Woods Institute Grant from the College of Physicians (which houses the Mutter) in 2014 to study extremes in human cognition and physiology.
I have managed dozens of art project builds, installations, prototyping projects, R&D projects, and performances and have worked as an administrator on a disaster relief mission to Japan as well as local relief efforts in various communities.
Undergraduate Degree: Thomas Edison State College - Bachelor of Science, Biotechnology
Science, Sculpture, Performing arts, Biomedical Technology, Giant Robots, Animatronics, Brain Computer Interfaces, Comic Books, Human Enhancement,