Zephyr AI

I am currently a software engineer with Zephyr AI. We use machine learning and precision medicine to identify novel biomarkers for chronic disease. I work with Python, TypeScript, Terraform, AWS, and many other technologies to support this goal.

Rally Health

I used to work at Rally Health. We built products that help users navigate the American healthcare system: finding high quality care, filling prescriptions, and understanding prices. I primarily wrote in Scala using the Play web framework.


I was previously contracted with Harmonia Holdings Group as an independent Java programming consultant for the development of a learning classifier engine. My work included high level architecture design, user interface development, and software development to customer specification.

George Mason Honors College RTOC

During the fall semester of 2013, I worked with the George Mason University Honors College as a part of the Research, Technology, and Online Community (RTOC) initiative with the goal of developing interactive online tools to support first year students engaging in scholarly research for the first time. While there, I lead the development of Research Questions and Reading Scholarly Articles. See projects for more information.