During the day I’m an iOS developer at The New York Times, living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
I have plenty of hobbies; aside from programming my interests include computer & information security, cycling (and mountain biking, and recently bike polo), weather, photography, the intersection of civics with technology & social networking, ham radio (callsign KD8VHL), aviation, theatre, and music. And some other stuff, too.
Formerly, you could find me at Nutshell, also in Ann Arbor, and for a while I lived in Brooklyn. I graduated from the University of Michigan in 2012 with a degree in Computer Science Engineering. During undergrad, I was a photojournalist for The Michigan Daily and I was involved in countless student theatre productions.