About

Andrew is a product designer at Palantir Technologies where he helps build data analysis and civil liberties software for government, commercial, and philanthropic institutions.

Andrew studied business at USC, but became fascinated with design after taking ARCH-444, an architecture course on mid-century houses in Los Angeles. He transitioned into designing digital experiences soon after. Previously, he helped democratize investing at Acorns, a financial technology startup backed by PayPal and ran an online design course.

Andrew is a TCK, having grown up in Japan as a Korean-American. In his free time, he enjoys exploring architecture, playing basketball, and writing about himself in third person.