I work for Continuum Analytics
I grew up in San Juan Capistrano, a town by the beach in Southern California, and was fortunate to be raised by two loving parents, alongside two sisters.
I now live in Brooklyn, New York.
I attended university at UC Berkeley as a Physics/Math/Astronmy student. I worked at a local engineering firm while in university and for the Physics department shortly after graduation. I joined the Computer Science department at the University of Chicago as a PhD student from 2008-2013 where I was advised by Todd Dupont and Ridg Scott.
After a brief stint at Sandia National Labs I joined Continuum Analytics, a for-profit company behind the open source numeric Python ecosystem. I am still at Continuum, working primarily on the Blaze project.
I moderate my work life with physical activity, primarily cycling and rock climbing, and with slow hobbies, primarily amateur wood working and fiction.