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I'm a senior at Stuyvesant High School in New York City, NY. I have a passion for web development and three years of work experience with non-profit origanizations. I'm proficient in HTML, CSS, python, php, java, mysql, and C#. I have experience with Android Studio, Unity Game Engine, and Wordpress.

I'm also a capable Instructor, Tutor, or Mentor. I have experience teaching children in grades K - 8 through programs such as Science Adventure Kids and the New York Youth Technology Team.

In my free time I enjoy playing guitar, drawing, and making games with Unity.
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Greater Astoria Historical Society
Jun. 2019- Sept. 2021
Responsible for creating Wordpress plugins to streamline the maintenenence of the astorialic.org website. Created software to automate day-to-day tasks and complete them in a fraction of their original time

Worked on SEO, server hardening, and penetration testing | Involved in the development and design of PC and mobile applications | Used Android Studio and Unity to develop prototypes for these applications | Effectively communicate ideas through powerpoints and documents | Work with a team to plan out each phase of a project
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Stuyvesant High School
Sept. 2018- Jun. 2021
Stuyvesant Spectator Web Department
Responsible for uploading submissions to the school newspaper website

Student Union IT Department
Responsible for managing the IT help desk for the Student Union websites Stuyvesant SU
Computer science is a fascinating subject. By following a set of rules and leveraging those rules in specific ways, you can create complex algorithms to do just about anything. Like, for example, creating your own world. An eye for detail leaves little in the way of creating an engaging, jaw dropping game. That's what I strive towards. You'll often find me typing away in Visual Studio Code, distraught but not discouraged after finding out my code doesn't quite work the way I wanted it to. Perhaps I'm designing a 3D drone on Fusion 360, or rigging an animated version of myself in Blender.

In my eyes, there are two types of people in this world: those who play games, and those who make them.