Here is a summary of my work so far:

Founder/CEO, Jan 2024 - Present

I'm currently working on a new startup,, which is in stealth mode. The goal is to help build conversational AI experiences that are more human-like and less robotic.

We're currently in the process of raising a seed round. If you're an investor and would like to learn more, please reach out.


Founder/CEO, Feb 2023- Nov 2023

Typefrost was a product I built to connect multiple LLMs to different data-sources like Files, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. Implmented RAG to get the appropriate chunks of data to generate the answer via the LLM.

The backend was a Postgres using Full-text search in cohesion with semantic search to get the most relevant data served via FastAPI. The frontend was built using Nextjs and TailwindCSS.

Built this product during the LLM hype and was able to get a good amount of users. But users who were not willing to pay due to the abundance of similar products available. Realizing that the product was more like and OpenAI and this was a feature, I decided to shut it down.


Software Engineer, Analytics Feb 2020 - Feb 2023

Worked on the Einstein Analytics team building out the next generation of analytics products. Worked on the data pipeline, reports and dashboards, and the front-end.

Briefly also contributed to Einstein CTRL, Salesforce's take on conditional Transformers.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

ML Intern

Worked on a project to identify and understand humpback whale sounds using a combination of audio signal processing and machine learning. The project was a part of the larger MBARI initiative to understand the ocean better.

The project involved:
  • Collecting and labeling audio data
  • Building a custom sound recognition model
  • Deploying the model to a Raspberry Pi

Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

Software Intern

Worked on a project to create a mapping website for the Carmel River Watershed. The project aimed to educate the public about our local watershed, assist researchers, and explain the reasons behind the dying steelhead trout.

  • Building a web app to display different levels of acidity, salinity, pH, etc. at various points on the Carmel River Watershed
  • Building a public API to access the watershed data
  • Building a public website to visualize the data and explain the watershed's impact on local ecology