I'm a PhD student at the MIT Media Lab interested in building tools to computationally extend human perception, experience, and creative expression. I have a special interest in audio, drawing from extensive professional experience as a musician, composer, producer, audio engineer, and sound designer. At the Media Lab, I work in the Opera of the Future research group, advised by Tod Machover. I'm currently supported by a LEGO Papert fellowship, and I received a master's degree from the Media Lab in 2020. As an undergraduate, I studied classical music composition, jazz guitar, and music technology at the Berklee College of Music, graduating in 2017, where I also taught courses in 2018 as an instructor. My current work involves a combination of developing machine learning methods, designing and fully prototyping usable interfaces, and empirically investigating human computer interaction.