Currently I'm working as a software engineer at a robotics company called Modbot. The company's mission is to make robotics more accessible to the public, but also more modular so that any robot can be built out of a limited set of primitive parts, just like LEGO.
Prior to joining Modbot's engineering team, I released several mobiles games to the App Store using Unity3D and C#: Kabuku, a 3D extension of Tetris, and EZ Dot, a casual 2D endless runner. I also reverse engineered Crossy Road, a popular iOS endless runner, and added several UX features.
Additionally, I graduated from Trinity College in 2014, where I earned a B.S. in computer science and another in Math.