A picture of me, the author of this site.


I’ve been helping students succeed with technical material since 2007.

High School Material I’ve Supported

  • Algebra 1 & 2
  • Geometry / Trigonometry
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus AB & BC
  • Statistics AP

College Material I’ve Supported

  • Calculus 1 & 2
  • Multivariate Calculus
  • Intro Statistics & Probability
  • Statistics for Business
  • Linear Regression

I have significant experience working in Python, C++, Java, JavaScript/Typescript, SQL, R, PHP, and HTML/CSS.

I’ve also used Bash/zsh, C, Swift, Assembly, SAS, Scala, Lua, Scheme, and Clojure.

My Tutoring Timeline

2007 - 2009: Boston

During my last two years at Boston University, I worked with individuals and small groups of struggling Statistics students at BU’s Educational Resource Center. I discovered that teaching students who were struggling with the material was a great way to reinforce and enhance my own understanding of the material, plus it was fun!

2010 - 2012: Berkeley

I learned the hard way that a PhD stipend doesn’t get you very far in the Bay Area, so I worked one-on-one with undergrads during the two years I spent at Berkeley.

I was also a Teaching Assistant for ~50 undergrads preparing to apply to the Haas School of Business. (Curiously, this number grew to ~70 as students assigned to other sections started attending my discussions and office hours instead…)

2013 - 2020: South Florida + Online

In 2013, a former teacher at Pine Crest asked me if I would be willing to help Catherine, a busy student-athlete with Calculus AB. She finished both semesters with an A+ average and easily earned a 5 on her AP exam. Word spread, and I started helping more students in South Florida.

I also continued working with Catherine, now a busy college student, by developing a remote tutoring workflow that I have used ever since.

2020 - Today: Online

In 2020, I was getting burnt out dealing with South Florida traffic and the associated scheduling headaches. That same year, a certain pandemic meant that nobody wanted me sitting at their dining room table after traveling all over town, so I transitioned to 100% online tutoring. My students and I absolutely love the flexibility, convenience, and improved tutoring experience that it provides.

That brings us to today, where I help busy, success-oriented students across the country succeed with their technical coursework.

If you are a success-oriented parent or student in an elite quantitative academic situation and my services seem relevant, please email me and we’ll go from there.