Hi, I'm Theo.
Welcome to my corner of our internet.


Here are a few fun examples on my GitHub for you to check out!
Keep in mind that due to the proprietary and confidential nature of a lot of my work, it often can't be made public. I know this is sort of a bummer, but if you're interested in learning more about my professional work, please feel free to reach out!

Stride Compute

A simple pedometer app built for Android

Logic Circuit Simulator

An event driven circuit simulator


A toy chat server/client application


An autonomous drone system designed to both navigate to and follow a designated target in real time with built-in obstacle avoidance

About Me

I'm an American-Dutch Software Engineer turned Data Scientist currently working at The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where I started as a Cybersecurity intern on the Counter Threat Automation team. Outside of data science, I love networks, cryptography, and overclocking.

I was born in New York City, but I also spent much of my childhood in Iowa City, Santa Barbara, and Amsterdam. After graduating from Dos Pueblos High School in Santa Barbara, I enrolled in The University of Iowa's Computer Science program where I did research in Computer Security, designed autonomous drone flight systems, and took as many machine learning courses as my schedule would allow. I graduated with my BS in 2017. Currently, my languages of choice for development are Python (especially with Dash and FastAPI), Java, C#, and C++. The languages I've been experimenting with recently are Rust, Go, Kotlin, and Dart with Flutter.

While the line between my work and play is often blurred, in my free time I enjoy volley ball, running, hiking, swimming (I swam competitively for a decade), rock climbing, and reading.

Enjoy your time here and feel free to contact me via the links at the bottom of the sidebar if you have questions about my work, consulting, or just to say hi!

Expecting someone else?

If you were expecting to find information about my grandfather, the painter, feel free to check out the video below created by my uncle.