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I am a Mechanical Engineer with a Bachelors degree from the Colorado School of Mines and a Master’s Degree from Kansas State University. I wrote a Thesis on cavitation in a converging diverging nozzle for a novel refrigeration process. During that project I designed a new nozzle and experiment that allowed me to measure the pressure of a fluid during cavitation. I have been working at Garmin for the past 4 years where I have designed products for their Outdoor and Sportsman product line ups.

Design Entries


  • Mechanical Design Engineer Garmin · Full-time Jul 2019 – Present 4 yrs 9 mos Olathe, KS, United States I work as mechanical design engineer to design mechanical solutions and products for the outdoor and sportsman's product line ups.
  • Graduate Research Assistant Kansas State University · Full-time Aug 2017 – May 2019 1 yrs 9 mos Manhattan, KS, United States I researched cavitation in a converging-diverging nozzle for a novel refrigeration process. The goal of the refrigeration process was to use the cavitation phase change of a fluid to generate a temperature difference and thus a cooling process. I design a nozzle and experiment to measure the temperature, pressure, and to take high speed camera footage of the cavitation process.


  • Kansas State University MS, Mechanical Engineering , 4.0 2017 – 2019
  • Colorado School of Mines BS , Mechanical Eng, 3.8 2013 – 2016 Activities and Societies: Undergraduate Research, Tao Beta Pi

Licenses & Certifications

  • CSWP Solidworks Professional Dassault system Feb 2021 – Present See credential