Hi! I’m Eva. I write codes and poems. Currently as a Computer Science student, I’m exploring the domain of technology through both back-end and front-end development to learn how we can create transformative applications for our community.
I am bilingual and I love reading fiction and poetry in both Hindi and English. What I have always valued the most in poetry is the connection readers feel when reading a poem. Though there has been a significant growth in my work over the years, I still value this connection. From writing about oppression and social justice issues to writing about seemingly frivolous poems that involve juxtaposition and imagery, I believe I have come a long way in poetry.
Design or art, in general, makes me feel the same way. It is my passion for arts that made me venture into web design. Subsequently, I learned back-end web development and worked on a freelance project for my high school. To make the best of my college education, I am continuously working on developing skills that I hope would merge at some point in my professional field. Skills that foster creativity are as important for me as the ones that entail logic. This website would serve as a step ahead in my journey of a potential web developer.
Last summer, I interned for EarthRights International (Thailand Office), an international NGO that works for human rights and social justice. I kept a blog to share all my experiences, which is also linked to this website. For any communication, you may reach me through the contact form on this website.
Download a copy of my resume here.