I wrote Game Development with Three.js, a book about building 3D games that anyone can play in a web browser. It was published in October 2013 by Packt Publishing.
Software I've written has been downloaded over 150,000 times. My work has focused on communications and visualization technologies on the web and desktop in around a dozen languages.
Game engine creator
Awards & achievements
- Wharton Dean's Award for Innovation winner, 2014
- Wharton Research Scholar, 2012-2013
- Co-founder of Bell Society; member of Kairos Society, Cum Laude Honor Society, National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta
- Google Summer of Code Mentor, 2010
- AP Scholar with Distinction
- National Merit Finalist
- 10 Model UN awards at 8 conferences
- 11 team and individual math competition awards
I was the first founding partner of Dorm Room Fund, a student-run venture capital fund that invests $2 million from First Round Capital into student-run startups. I met with founders, made investment decisions, and helped operate the fund.
Community Bonus Pack co-leader
The CBP3 team develops third-party content for Unreal Engine games. We have won 49 international awards among other recognition, and our releases have been downloaded over 250,000 times. I assembled the team of over 30 people from 11 countries and facilitated development.
I am currently a software engineer at a stealth startup. Previously I led developer products as a product manager at Acquia, built data processing and visualization tools as an engineer at Twitter, created data-driven web and mobile tools for First Round Capital, and freelanced as a consultant and developer for dozens of startups.
Published 4 short stories and 3 poems in 5 literary magazines. Also won the English Department Most Outstanding Student Award in 2010 and a Gold Key Award from National Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition in 2009. You can read samples.