At age 7, I began creating animatronic Halloween displays, eventually growing into a production that attracted thousands of visitors each year. My work has been featured on CBS, Fox, NBC, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, among other media outlets. In October 2017, I was recognized by the Boston Celtics with the "Heroes Among Us" award for community fundraising that accompanied the Halloween display.
From 2014-2017, the Halloween display ran a month-long community fundraising event to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital. Thanks to the generous donations of the community "Halloween Helping Kids" raised nearly $40,000 to support mental health research and suicide prevention in children & adolescents at Boston Children's Hospital. During October 2020, I organized a fundraiser to benefit the Boston Resiliency Fund to support Covid-19 relief efforts, raising over $650 for the city of Boston that featured a fully automatic Halloween Candy Dispenser.
In 2017, I graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Studio Art concentrating in Sculpture and Installation Art. Creative problem solving drives me & with a background in Animatronics, my skill set spans many disciplines that are always evolving.
Today I work at Formlabs as an R&D Engineering Technician helping to bring the next generation of 3D printers to life. In my spare time, I also design and fabricate custom projects for customers all over the world.
From the blue-sky process to fabrication & installation, I can help bring your product, character, or vision to life to create an unforgettable experience. 
All silicon masks you see on this site were made by Jeremy Oneail at Oneail FX Studios 
From Emilie Wapnick's TedTalk: The intersection of Art & Science is where innovation happens.