I grew up in Taiwan and Shanghai, where I went to a school that was founded by and, sadly, named after a semiconductor foundry. I studied computer engineering, computer science, and 3D animation at the University of Southern California, where I also took part in leading hardware projects at Makers, playing as a varsity member and the Vice President of the USC Table Tennis Team, and developing software for non-profits and local communities at Code the Change. I also worked on deep learning inference and robotics solutions at NVIDIA, and now I work on robotics products at NVIDIA.

In my spare time, I enjoy watching, learning, and writing about beatboxing; building random projects at hackathons; watching and writing stand-up comedy routines; and trying out different older video games that were on sale.