I am a research fellow in the Graphics, Vision, and Interaction Group at Harvard University. My advisor is Hanspeter Pfister. I am collaborating with Jeff Lichtman in the Center for Brain Science at Harvard to develop new interactive image segmentation methods for nanometer-scale Connectome images.
I have been a teaching fellow for Visualization (instructed by Hanspeter Pfister), Computing Foundations for Computational Science (instructed by Hanspeter Pfister and Chris Cecka), and Massively Parallel Computing (instructed by Hanspeter Pfister and Nicolas Pinto).
I completed my MS Computer Science and BS (Honors) Computer Science degrees at the University of Calgary, advised by Mario Costa Sousa and Joseph Ross Mitchell. My MS research focused on interactive level set image segmentation and illustrative visualization. I sold the intellectual property from my MS thesis to Calgary Scientific.
I did an internship at NVIDIA during the summer of 2009, where I helped to develop Parallel Nsight. I also did a year-long internship at Radical Entertainment in 2005-2006, where I developed graphics tools on Prototype and user-interface systems on Scarface: The World is Yours.