Fabricator, Writer, Innovator
With a rich aerospace background, my career is a synergy of creativity, mechanical intuition, and technical expertise. I thrive on pushing boundaries, continuously exploring the 'contiguity of shade' that envelops our knowledge, as John Tyndall once put it. My approach, rooted in relentless curiosity, has led to pioneering solutions and technologies poised to reshape our future in space.
At the core of my professional philosophy lies a passion for challenging conventions. I am deeply committed to transforming workplace collaboration, with a focus on reigniting the oft-dimmed spark of creativity through effective leadership. My journey from mechanic to becoming a two-time NIAC Fellow is defined by lifelong learning and a motivation to contribute to humanity's growth. I invite you to explore my resume to better understand my accomplishments and the innovative spirit propelling my every step.
Awards and Certifications
Journeyman Bluestreak Mechanic
Issued Feb. 8th, 2017 by Washington State Apprenticeship Board
NIAC Phase I Fellow, 2021
Fellowship award (grant) to study autonomous self-driving drilling technologies for a period of nine months. Awarded April 19th, 2021.
First undergraduate Principal Investigator in the history of NIAC.
NIAC Phase I Fellow, 2023
Fellowship award (grant) to study the collection of precipitation using capillary technologies incorporated into aircraft structure for a period of nine months. Awarded April 19th, 2021.
Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering,
Washington State University
Awarded May 2023.