Influenced by an early life of journalism and photography, the software I enjoy building is a mixture of interfaces that experiment, and interfaces that teach. I’m most interested in work that allows me to ask questions of the overlap between art and science. I’ll always be a child of the open web.
In school I spent my time studying the world and people as a photojournalist, understanding our cycles and needs through economics, and attempting to write accessible software. You can find a full resume here. I also spent a lot of time researching student journalism with the goal of making newsrooms more experimental.
Outside of my work I spend time helping run communities in Toronto that support diversity in both journalism and software. I also spend time finding hills to climb in running shoes, and reading books to climb into different realities.
Many thanks to Z. Bryant for the beaver illustration you see on the home page.