A collection of projects I’ve worked on that I’m particularly proud of, organized by date.
In the Fall of 2018, I did the lighting and scenic design for Morro Bay High School’s production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in Morro Bay, California.
In the Spring of 2018, I did the lighting and scenic design for Morro Bay High School’s production of Little Shop of Horrors in Morro Bay, California.
In Spring of 2018, I did the lighting design for The Great American Melodrama’s production of Less Miserable in Oceana, California.
Concept Scenic Design
In the Fall of 2017, I took a scenic design course (TH 430) under the direction Brian Healy at California Polytechnic State University. For my final project I designed a set for Uncle Vanya, by Anton Checkhov. I fully rendered the set using Vectorworks. My design presentation can be found on Prezi.
In 2015, while working at Microsoft, I worked with a team to develop a door that unlocks itself using facial recognition technology. After completing the project with a team, I then worked on my own to create a tutorial to teach any consumer, regardless of skill level, to build their own door. The tutorial is available on Hackster.io here.
The door I developed was live demoed on stage at Microsoft’s De:Code 2018 conference as an example of the capabilities of Windows IoT. You can watch a short video of it on one of Microsoft’s YouTube channels here.