I'm a writer and community organizer working on a project called Assemble.

My writing examines the relationship between the system that we live in, and the personal fulfillment of the people who are part of it.

Previously, I worked as a web application designer and developer.

As a fellow at Code for America in 2016, I helped build a tool to help the Seattle Police Department deliver better care to people with mental illness in their community.

Before that I worked as a consultant at thoughtbot in San Francisco, building a wide range of web applications for startups and large businesses.

I studied computer science at Michigan State University, where I researched digital evolution at the BEACON center and helped the startups TempoRun and Carbon Cash build their web services.

Get in touch with me by email – I'd love to chat. You can also find me on github and twitter.