I'm an expert in metal additive manufacturing precision components for the aerospace and energy industries, extruding digital creativity into the physical world using giant frickin’ laser beams.

Originally from Philadelphia, I attended The University of Michigan for a BS, and The University of Texas at Austin for a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering, where I published research on the design of next-generation compact heat exchangers. I am currently a lead engineer at Eaton's Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence in Southfield, MI. I have experience as an additive application engineer at Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, as well as a design engineer in the nuclear energy field.

When not working, I train and compete in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, cook extensively (@juliencooks on Instagram), backpack and photograph the world’s backcountry, and drum as much as my neighbors can stand.