I am a student, software engineer, and avid photographer interested in machine learning, diversity, and education inequities currently studying computer science and sociology at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
I’ve completed several software engineering internships in the past couple years. Summer 2016 brought me to Washington DC for a internship with Applied Predictive Technologies. I had the pleasure of working with two teams over the course of the summer, developing both core intrastructure code and working on new growth products.
At Georgia Tech, under the direction of Dr. John Stasko and in collaboration with PhD students Chad Stopler and Ramik Sadana, I developed a multitouch version of the Dust and Magnet data visualization. It is built with Processing and Java and heavily utilizes the Simple Multitouch Library. A poster was presented at IEEE Vis 2016 and an accompanying presentation is available online.
After a brief stint in Canada, I grew up in the quiet suburbs of Boston. This is where I formed my love of both photography and computer science as well as solidifed my immunity to and love of cold weather.
With my fair share of winters behind me, I decided to enjoy some fairer weather. I moved down South to attend school and live out my dream of becoming a carpetbagger.
Summer 2016 brings me to
the swampland of
our nation’s capital, Washington DC. The heat and
humidity of our nation’s capital taught me to cherish the indoors.