Kyle has always been fascinated by the way things work and how they are assembled, which led him to study biomedical engineering. Eager to learn more in the field of electromechanical design, Kyle began to spend his free time exploring work with Arduino and Raspberry Pi. These skills translated to project contributions, allowing him to conceptualize and develop user interactive control units for medical applications. His ongoing interest in both learning new skills and building on his existing skills broadens his ability to provide multi-disciplinary support to the team. Outside of work, Kyle enjoys exercising and producing music.