Jack Moldave

I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2015 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and additional studies in computer science and product design. Back in high school, I built electric cars, an electric scooter and even worked at a startup (Terrafugia) that built flying cars. During college, I worked on autonomous reconnaissance drones for the government, airborne wind turbines for the energy sector, autonomous cleaning robots at iRobot, and robotic strollers for the juvenile industry. For the past three years I have worked at Formlabs, a 3d printing company that is developing new ways to make solid parts out of liquid resin (and now powder). Recently, after finishing up my work on the Form 3, I took a mini sabbatical and spent 4 months traveling in South America. Now I am back, and excited to start on the next project!

Photography is one of my hobbies, and what I spent much of my time pursuing in South America. You can check out a full selection of my work at www.jackmoldavephoto.com