About me

I am a second year M.S. student at the Cornell University Department of Computer Science. I am co-advised by Steve Marschner and François Guimbretière. My research interests include real-time rendering, numerics, and human-computer interaction. I expect to complete my degree in May 2018.

I recieved my bachelor's degree in Computer Science, specializing in Computer Graphics, from Cornell in 2016. Prior to Cornell, I studied Pure and Applied Mathematics for two years at Boston University. During my gap year between BU and Cornell, I worked full-time as a programmer. For full details on my professional background, please see my resume.

In my free time, I play competitive video games and several varieties of flute. I also draw, write, and participate in local activism.