Welcome

UPDATE: I am very honored to be part of the Microsoft TEALS program, which will have me teaching computer science in the Cleveland Public School System during the 2019/2020 school year. I have had an amazing career because of programming, and I am very honored now to be able to pass on my enthusiasm for it to the next generation.

This site is all about me, my interests, my projects, and my inventions.

I am a life-long lover of classical music, and I had the privilege of studying music with the concert pianist Nicholas Constantinidis. I will post more videos later. But if you want to hear me play, here is a short video.

This website is part of my creative process, a reflection of my belief that creativity is inherent to each person’s nature, but which at the same time is something that must be developed through consistent practice.

My site is infused throughout with the spirit of the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-sabi: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. Therefore, don’t expect perfection (or even flashy content) here! Instead, it is my hope that you will appreciate the authentic simplicity of my sharing, and perhaps be inspired to find increased creativity in your own life.

You can get to know me by browsing around my site, but probably the best way to understand my unfolding spiritual journey is to read the short stories I wrote about my process. Another way to see what I am all about is to check out the page about my personal philosophy, beliefs, and world-view. I am also particularly proud of my mystical poetry, which can be found on my writings page.

Blogging

Mostly I blog about the piano, ambidexterity, yoga, neurohacking, travel, software development.

I also have some of my travel photography posted here.

Finally, you can view some of the ambidexterity-promoting piano exercises that I’ve composed (which are designed to be used with my Kundalini Piano Mirroring Platform) by checking out the online score viewer that I created.

ICorp

Recently I received a grant through the National Science Foundation‘s I-Corps program to help us commercialize one of my inventions.

Thanks for visiting; please have a nice day.