I am a software developer at Cassatt and previously was a graduate student in UW's CS department, receiving my M.S. in 2001.

Prior to graduate school, I worked at SGI. I was a member for the core IRIX group. My work time was split between real-time and cpu scheduling toward the end, but I spent most of my time in that group working on real-time. REACT, particularly for the Octane mid-range workstation, and IRIXview, a kernel event visualization tool, were my primary projects. I also worked during my first year at SGI on system libraries and message passing.

As an undergraduate, I attended the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor starting in September 1993. I received my BSE in computer engineering in December 1996.

When I am not working or studying, I like to run competitively, alpine ski, read, listen to music from a variety of styles, and working on my house.