I am a fourth year student at Princeton, studying Philosophy, Visual Arts, Computer Science, and Music.

By both philosophical and artistic lenses, I am interested in the ethics of attention, our senses of self, and the rituals of sociality that follow. In an interrelated way, I am also deeply invested in discovering possibilities of interpersonal understanding outside of language.

I am on a gap year staging at fine-dining kitchens in New York—currently at Aska in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Outside of the think/work-sphere, I can be found geeking about serving coffee at work, waving my hands in score-study, and stuck disembodied in the darkroom.

I was born in the Bay Area and have spent parts of my life growing up in Beijing, Shanghai, Connecticut, and New Jersey.