I am a computer scientist specializing in computer vision, computer graphics, computational photography and human-computer interaction.
I completed my PhD at MIT in 2016, where I was advised by Fredo Durand,
and am now a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University working with Maneesh Agrawala.
I'm interested in a lot of topics, but most of my research has something to do with using images in new and interesting ways. Click on the Research tab to find out more.
I did my undergraduate at Stanford, where I worked with Marc Levoy on graphics and computational photography.
I dabble in lots of different art -- as a hobby and, recently, as inspiration for research projects (e.g., video editing, photography, special effects).
One of my more consistent hobbies is music. Most of what I put on line is math- and science-themed rap. For more on that, click the Music tab.
This past summer Mackenzie Leake presented our SIGGRAPH 2017 paper on computational video editing. This project was a ton of fun, and features the acting talents of Pointless Theater, a DC theater company.