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Passionate about technology and gaming! I have been an intern at UCSD Radlab, working with a team on video game development. This included learning the basics of Unity, making and refining game assets, and writing test cases. I have also worked at NFAR, the National Foundation for Autism Research. There, I learned about software testing and the process of QA as it applies to computer software.  I am also working towards the A+, a computer technician certification. 




Video game development project using the platform Unity. The game is called Equilibrium, and it is an obstacle course type game that will be used to research people with Autism Spectrum Disorders and how ASD affects a person's balance and movement.


Working with the National Foundation for Autism Research. Basic software QA experience working with platforms such as Testrail and JIRA. 

        Start screen for Equilibrium

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A screenshot showing gameplay. Players will navigate throughout the levels using a balance board, being careful to not hit any of the obstacles. The level ends when you reach the finish line.

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A screenshot showing an early build of the game


Excelsior Academy 

San Diego, CA

Received High School Diploma