I am a writer and former technologist. I built and led the Data Science team at Pebble, the world’s first major smartwatch company. My work at Pebble was profiled in Fast Company, Forbes, Popular Science, and more. Before leaving to work in the tech industry, I was a PhD candidate in physics at Cornell, where I won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for my research on the physics of social networks. I spent 2017-2018 as a visiting entrepreneur with the state government in Queensland, Australia.
I hold an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. My fiction has been published in the Southern Indiana Review and is forthcoming in The Broadkill Review, MoonPark Review, and Blink-Ink. My nonfiction has been published in The Boston Globe.
I live with my partner on the west side of Los Angeles, where my entire family (as of this writing, eleven humans, two cats, and four dogs) has serendipitously migrated over the last few years.
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