I’m a PhD student at MIT CSAIL studying visual computing systems with Jonathan Ragan-Kelley and Josh Tenenbaum. Previously, I was an undergrad at Stanford University studying computer science, physics, and English literature — islands I hold to be the lost children of one great continent.
I’ve also spent time at Facebook, NVIDIA, UW Seattle, and Berkeley. I enjoy writing, playing music, and juggling with friends. I spend most of my time learning what I can about the endlessly marvelous world around me.
My research is generously supported by the Hertz Foundation Fellowship, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, and the National Science Foundation’s GRFP [press]. If you are currently applying to graduate school, I encourage you to consider these wonderful programs. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions.