I am a PhD student in EECS at MIT. My research interests broadly include Software Systems and Programming Languages. I am currently working on Silo, a new programming language for building service-oriented systems.

I received my Master's degree from the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University where I was advised by Dr. Scott Klemmer in the HCI group. Before that, I graduate from Arizona State University with a BSE in Computer Systems Engineering.

In the past I have worked on Dog and Jabberwocky, a language and framework for human and social computation. I also worked on Bricolage, a web design tool that allows content to be automatically transformed into the style and layout of any webpage on the internet. Before graduate school, I worked with Microsoft developing virtualized datacenter solutions in addition to serving as a Software Engineer for Freescale Semiconductor.