I am a law student, an entrepreneur, and founder of 3D Printed Evidence where I create 3D printed demonstrative aids for trial litigation. Prior to law school, I interned at the Forge 3D Printing and Manufacturing Studio in downtown Jacksonville, FL. My bosses at the Forge later became my partners in 3D Printed Evidence. I have interned in the homicide division of the 4th District State Attorney’s Office and at JALA the Jacksonville Area for Legal Aid in the housing discrimination department. I have also written my thesis on the admissibility of 3D Printed Evidence in accordance with the Federal Rules of Evidence. Combining my passion for law with additive manufacturing technology I specialize in converting medical image data (DICOM data) from MRI, CT, Micro-CT, and Ultrasound data into 3D models. I also produce topographical maps, scale entire crime scenes, scan individual pieces of evidence and more. I am honored to have been able to assist in such a tangle manner in so many cases. While it [3d printed evidence] is a business, it has also been an incredible learning experience and opportunity to bring something new to the legal field. I hope to continue to utilize and incorporate this technique into my practice of law in the near future.
Florida Coastal School of Law, 2019
University of North Florida B.A.
3D Printed Evidence | Founder & CEO