Designed and developed products for consumer, automotive, medical, aerospace, and wildlife industries
Designed tamper resistant connector for automotive diagnostic product
Developed consumer-activated bottle assembly for distilled spirits industry
Designed electromechanical subassemblies and accessories for Class II ventilators for the Respiratory Technologies division
Led mechanical development of next-generation ventilator to comply with future usability requirements and international safety standards
Designed instrument gauges and sensors for motorcycles, classic cars and trucks
Led cross-functional team through launch of new product line of classic car gauges
Received magazine features and awards from major auto shows, including Good Guys and SEMA
Software: AutoCAD, Solidworks
Founded upstart company for the beer, coffee, and wine community
Published content hub website on history, classification, brewing, serving, and glassware for beer, coffee, and wine
Invented Beer Stones, applied for utility patent, and successfully funded Kickstarter campaign
Launched iPhone app for understanding beer styles
EM 215 Dynamics, EM 331 Fluid Dynamics, ME 311 Thermodynamics I, ME 312 Thermodynamics II, ME 413 Turbomachinery, ME 431 Aerodynamics, ME 440 Finite Element Analysis, ME 415 Heat Transfer, ME 421 Design of Machine Elements, ME 451 Automatic Controls
ART 111 Drawing I, ART 121 Design I, ART 231 Painting I
Our 5-engineer team designed, fabricated, and built a miniature formula-style race car around a Yamaha R6 600 mL engine. We then tested and raced it at California Speedway in a week-long friendly competition.
I helped implement the aero, brakes, cockpit, suspension arms, and nose crash zone.
I designed a gyroscope for mounting aircraft radios and rotating them on all axes. It was 3 feet in diameter and the radios were as heavy as 40 lbs. It was a final test fixture to test the radios for internal vibration before they were shipped to customers.
This fraternity was different. It provided a crash course in personal development, etiquette, business meetings, business structure, and leadership methods. We also dominated the Greek system in intramurals and GPA.
I served multiple positions on the Exec Board and completed four of the five steps in the Leadership Continuum. Experiences in the fraternity led to my hobby in web design as well as founding my own upstart company.
My primary medium of artwork from elementary school through undergrad
A fantastic undergrad course, taken my senior year at SDSU, added oil paints as one of my primary mediums of artwork.
After learning Photoshop, and later Illustrator, graphic design became one of my favorite things to do during free time.