About Me

I was born and raised in Centerville, Ohio, graduating with honors from Centerville High School in May 2017. I currently attend Purdue University, pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with a concentration in Fluid Mechanics.

Outside of my classes, I enjoy playing music as a Percussionist and a Pianist. I regularly perform as a percussionist with the Purdue Wind Ensemble and Commencement Band, as well as occasionally performing with the Philharmonic Orchestra, among other Purdue ensembles. I have previously been the Principle Percussionist for the Centerville High School Wind Symphony, appearing in the 2017 MFA National Concert Band Festival, the 2017 MFA National Honor Band of America, and the 2017 OMEA All-State Band. I have also had the honor of teaching nearly two dozen students through a mix of private lessons, ensemble instruction, and through the United Sound program, which brings musical experiences to special-needs students.

While my studies center on engineering, my musical experiences have been foundational to both my personality and my character. I am continually grateful for the multitide of musical opportunities I have been blessed with during my time at Centerville and Purdue.

Musical Distinctions

The John Phillip Sousa Award

Spring 2017
The award recognizes superior musicianship, dependability, loyalty, and cooperation.

5-Time OMEA Superior Recipient

2015, 2016
Achieved Superior (I) Ratings for 4 A-Class solos, and 1 B-Class solo over 2 years of contest participation.

2-Time WGI Scholastic World Finalist

2014, 2015
2-time finalist with the Centerville Drum Line in the WGI International Championships, Scholastic World Class.