I'm a student at The Bronx High School of Science in New York City, and I've created several iOS apps and other small projects, all of which can be viewed on the "Portfolio" page of this site. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Founder2013 - Present
I founded CosmicByte, an independent development company based in New York, NY. I have developed and deployed several iOS apps, with four currently present on the App Store, accumulating over 100,000 downloads.
Lead Mobile Developer2014 - Present
Currently, I work at MCProHosting as the lead mobile developer, and am activily involved in the development of their two mobile apps.
Apple Certified Macintosh Technician2014
GeekHampton is an Apple Authorized Retailer in Sag Harbor. At GeekHampton, I worked behind the Geek Bar to assist anyone who walked in with computer problems.
My team received third place for creating Parrot, a speedreading app for iOS (and soon Android). It integrates with Pocket and Delicious to retrieve articles you've saved recently, and gives you the ability to read them at a much faster pace.
Hack Gen YJanuary, 2015
San Francisco, CA
I won second place at Hack Gen Y for creating Transponder, an app that ensures your safety through an iOS app with a complex Python backend.
New Brunswick, NJ
I received the second place Pebble API prize at HackRU for creating Slidemaster, a hack that allows you to control Google presentations using a Pebble smartwatch.
Hack UpstateOctober, 2014
I came in second place overall at Hack Upstate, a hackathon hosted by the Tech Garden in Syracuse, NY. Shortly afterward, this article was published by NewsHouse explaining the event, along with the hack I created.
Graphics and media skills
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