I'm an experienced software engineer who's passionate about applications of computer graphics, novel user interfaces, and computer vision. Currently I'm employed at FiftyThree. Prior to this, I worked at Microsoft for four years.
In 2008, I joined Microsoft Live labs as a developer on the incubation team that launched the first version of Photosynth. After the launch of Photosynth, our team moved into Bing maps; where I worked on integrating the Photosynth technology into various Bing products. I also developed a number of streetside and gigapixel panorama related features.
From 2003-2006, I was a graduate student in the department of computer science at Brown University. I received a masters in 2005. I took graduate course work in computer graphics, vision, machine learning, and applied mathematics. I worked on several research projects with Prof. Gabriel Taubin in the area of geometric algorithms for graphics and vision. I also held two software engineering internships. One at NVIDIA, where I worked on vision-based mobile augmented reality demos; and another internship at the Math Works where I worked on MATLAB's plotting and rendering libraries. I completed my undergraduate degree in 2003 from Clark University - I double majored in computer science and mathematics.
A more formal resume is here.