The poster I made for Dr. Audrey Michal’s talk. I was a student coordinator for this visualization workshop series at Michigan. Researchers across campus (~30 departments!) signed up for our events and learned to make better visualizations. A great reminder of why vis work matters : )


The map I prepared for a geomorphology mapping project in central Pennsylvania. Solving a geomorph puzzle requires a little bit of hiking, photography, and guesswork. But ultimately, it’s about asking questions, piecing together evidence, and telling a good story.

The map I prepared for a geomorphology mapping project in central Pennsylvania. Solving a geomorph puzzle requires a little bit of hiking, photography, and guesswork. But ultimately, it’s about asking questions, piecing together evidence, and telling a good story.


I’ve been taking carillon lessons at Michigan and I play a noontime concert every Friday. This video is me, as a computer science person, exploring a sustainability theme through carillon music. I did this interview as part of the Earth Day 50 Teach Out online course.