There’s nothing more satisfying than the clink of glass breaking, if you’re doing it right. Four years ago I asked my architectural art teacher about the panels of opalescent glass that lingered in the corner of her classroom. A week later she showed me how to make my first stained glass window. A few years and a couple burns from molten metal later, I became the self-taught stained glass artist I am today.
I take pride in the fact that I try to dive into the unfamiliar. In the same way that I decided I want to be able to manipulate and shape something as brittle as glass, I delve into my work and experiment with what makes me uncomfortable.
I am a recent graduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where I studied Computer Science and Neurobiology (and yes, I have seen Westworld). I have a demonstrated interest in finding out how technology can enhance the human experience and how the future of computing can allow for a greater connection to the world around us.
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