about me

Growing up, I’ve fostered an unusual fascination about the workings of machines and various systems. Whether it was an airplane flying outside my window or the phone in my hand, I’ve always yearned to understand the mechanics and functions behind them. Watching the Discovery Channel helped me to create a vision, and eventually, strive towards becoming a top notch tech enthusiast. As a student in an all encompassing faculty, I’ve come to appreciate the reaches of Engineering. I can say that I am truely captivated by the opportunities I have come across so far, and I constantly find myself looking for more opportunities to design simple solutions to complex problems.

When I’m not planning or working on my next big project, you can find me at the gym or out with my friends, enjoying adventures and attractions that every city has to offer.

McMaster University

Mechatronics Engineer

Class of 2019

Evertz Microsystems Ltd.

Project Engineer

May 2017 - September 2018

Loving what you do really helps.



A solution to the time-consuming operation of filling blister packs at pharmacies. Drop will effectively fill each blister pack with the required medications as indicated in the prescription.


My team and I created an integrated health systems and human resources solution to tackle the problem of caregiver burnouts, with access to information that could improve caregivers health.

Push Pull Legs

With around 1000 active users, Push Pull Legs is a product of my personal Android development exploration. It is an application created for fitness enthusiasts to help meet their exercise goals.

Some of my favourites