While studying abroad in Sydney, Australia, back in 2009, I took a sculpture class. This project in clay and plaster took up the first half of the semester. I learned about mass, working with clay, and creating a plaster mold!


I took more ceramics classes! I made more bowls of different sizes and shapes, practiced making pretty forms, and experimented with glaze effects.


I took a ceramics class! We were taught how to make a couple different forms out of clay on the wheel, but I just made bowls. Lots of bowls.


Am I Alive? is a life-size sequential art dialogue that questions the "aliveness" of new technology. I made this for the Media Lab's The Other Festival in Spring 2013.


The Motion Tracker is a camera-based body movement tracking system. I worked on it as a research intern for Sidney D'Mello in 2011-2012.


I spent the summer of 2011 at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center as part of Mike Comberiate’s Engineering Boot Camp. Read and watch videos about the project I worked on, LIDAR-Assisted Robotic Group Exploration!


I’ve posted a decent number of photos over the years — here’s the comprehensive collection, with a special section on the Vassar Palmer Gallery exhibit Through the Student Lens in 2011, which featured two of my photos.


Who wouldn’t want a coat covered in buttons, colors, and pockets? Take a look at the patchwork coat I’m making!


This is a list I’ve compiled of internships and related opportunities for undergraduate students interested in Cognitive Science and Computer Science — many programs are open to students in engineering and many other fields, too!


I interned at NASA Langley Research Center in the summer of 2010. Read and watch videos about the Autonomous Vehicle Lab I helped establish!


As an enthusiastic reader, I’ve compiled a recommended reading list. You can recommend your own favorites over at my blog - I'm always looking for new books! (Last updated Oct. 25, 2015.)


An art project of mine, the sculpture “Selves”, created during my semester abroad at the University of Sydney.