I'm a recent graduate from McMaster University currently working at Evertz Microsystems as an Intermediate Software Engineer.
Growing up, I had an unusual fascination with how machines worked. Whether it was a plane flying or the TV ahead of me, I wanted to know how they functioned and why they were designed as such. My curiosity led me to do my undergrad in Engineering. McMaster gave me a deep understanding of engineering. I can build systems by connecting various fields to solve complex problems.
When I'm not working on a project, you'll find me juggling friends, house renovations, and the gym.
A few members of the Mechanical Team showing off our 3D prints.
THAT'S RIGHT! The DEAN OF ENGINEERING tweeted our capstone project! We were so thrilled to have Dr. Ishwar Puri come up to us and learn how our invention worked and its possibilities in healthcare.
I was fortunate to work with a fantastic team. The diverse set of skills within the group helped us win the Innovation Sprint Competition at St. Joesph's Hospital.