I am a Senior Web Developer at
The Atlantic based in Washington, DC.
Previously, I worked at the Code
for America and the Federal
Communications Comission. I am passionate about affecting
people interact with institutions through technology.
I have professional experience in a wide range of front-end and
back-end technologies but have been focused on Python and SCSS over
the past few years.
In my spare time, I bake,
cook, and go to concerts.
These are in rough shape but illustrate some of the things I've
done outside work.
- StatsViz —
Inspired by a statistics class in college, I used d3 to
simulate the Central Limit Theorem.
- fish —
For a computer modeling class in college, I simulated a
predator-prey system with schools of "fish".
- Mandelbrot —
An experiment using canvas to quickly generate a mandelbrot set.
- Three.js Demos —
An experiment to learn about cameras and lights in Three.js.
- node-mobi —
A lesson in coffeescript and binary data structures that
can read unencrypted mobi (ebook) files.