Cambridge Research Center, Cambridge, MA USA
I am interested in the design of novel data visualizations and visual interfaces.
I joined the lab in October 2009 after graduating with a Masters in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab. My graduate work included developing tools for enabling and motivating cooperation within physically distributed, network-mediated developer communities, as well as lightweight personal informatics and data visualization to support online identity and social communication.
Prior to the Media Lab, I worked within an artistic context in the area of dynamic typography and its integration with real time human performance; I have a B.Sc. in Computer Science from Concordia University, Montreal.More Info