I’m a computing generalist by trade currently working at an intersection of research science and public health.
Previously I worked at an HIV research lab and an open-source software company.
In a past life, I studied geology in New England & New Zealand and how to tell stories using film, photography, and print making.
Out in the world, you’ll find me bicycling, cooking, gardening, tinkering, walking, hiking, snowshoeing, and otherwise generally enjoying the great Pacific Northwest.
Within this home of mine on the web, there is a catalog of some of my command-line devtools, a few playful projects, and some of the talks I’ve given.
Elsewhere online, you’ll find me at
Reach out by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.