In 2016, I earned my PhD in Computer Science from Cornell University, where I was advised by Noah Snavely and Kavita Bala. My research focused on developing systems that analyze vast quantities of internet photos to uncover changes and trends that are challenging to detect with the naked eye. This work spans several computer vision areas, including 3D reconstruction, object recognition, and advanced machine learning techniques.

I grew up near a small town in Wisconsin and later attended the University of Michigan, where I earned BSEs in Computer Science Engineering and Computer Engineering.

From 2016 to 2021, I was part of the Computational Photography team and, later, the XR Tech team at Facebook. I am currently a Senior Research Scientist at Adobe in Seattle.