Greg Munson told me my robot look good. Post will be updated once application is accepted or rejected. I must not reveal anything until after the selection period. Don’t need anyone stealing my ideas.

DOOM MK3 (2022)

MK3 is MK1 a year into the future. The final proof of concept I needed before designing the 250lb version. I’ve already completely tested it. It drives amazing and the weapon system is super cool and actually works now. I will update this post once having finished my Battlebots 2022 application.

GradBot 2.0 (2021)

The 2020 Graduation Robot was a success and people liked it so much that they wanted to use it every year moving forward with or without the virus. I alone was tasked with getting the robot together for the 2021 graduation. View Gradbot 2.0 in action from 52:32 – 1:15:24 Even though the 2020 graduation […]

Battlebots Prototyping (2021)

I had been thinking of designing my own Battlebot for a while and in January of 2021 I finally got to it. This post covers the first prototype design from conception to testing as well as plans for the future of this Battlebots design. Above, is a video of mine which shows some of the […]

Freelancing (Since 2020)

I’ve taken on freelancing since 2020. Each featured job has a section with details accompanied with a gallery, the amount of time the job was completed in, and the difficulty of the job from a scale of 1-10 (lower being easier). If you or someone you know is at all interested in my services, feel […]


This is the first design/engineering related thing I did at Cal Poly Pomona worth mentioning. The project was just for my intro to engineering lab class and it was to make a 3D model of some item in your house then make the drawings for it. I chose to make the floor lamp I have […]


So during the pandemic and nearing the 2020 graduation, Bosco Tech, my high school, was trying to decide how to safely host graduation for the seniors graduating that year (I was one of them). At some point one of the instructors pitched the idea of using the robot to hand diplomas to each the students […]


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