I conduct research at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Accessibility.
I am especially interested in developing technologies that enhance quality of life for people who are blind or low vision in domains including exercise and art. I graduated from the University of Washington in 2016 from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and my advisors were Dr. Julie Kientz and Dr. Richard Ladner. I am most recently excited about being awarded a Microsoft Artificial Intelligence for Accessibility grant and an NSF Cyber-Human Systems CRII Award. I was a previous recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the Google PhD Fellowship in HCI. For more in-depth information on my research feel free to look at my dissertation.