I graduated in 2006 with a B.S. degree in Biology from MIT with avid interests in computational biology, computer science, and photography. I worked for MIT's Information Systems & Technology and on the staff of the Image and Meaning workshop series which was a part of the Envisioning Science Program at Harvard's Initiative of Innovative Computing.
Beginning in 2008 I was a network engineer for Mindset Media. In 2011, Meebo acquired the company and I continued in my role until May 2012.
I have been a lecturer at Harvard's Extension School since 2007. A list of the courses I teach can be found on the courses page.
As of August 2012 I am pursuing a Masters degree in Computer Science at UC Berkeley in online education, advised by Senior Lecturer Dan Garcia.
I am also a photographer with my photos appearing online and in print.
Feel free to contact me should you have any questions or if you require consulting or photographic services.