Software Consultant & Developer
I'm a developer with an interest in computer graphics and computational and discrete geometry. This interest stems heavily from my double B.F.A in Animation and Game Development from Savannah College of Art and Design, where I fell into the technical side of things and just happened to be really good at programming. This caused me to want to pursue computer science further and really get into the mathematics of computer graphics.
I graduated from California State University Northridge with a M.S. in Computer Science, with distinction. While there I had the opportunity to take a grad level math course in discrete geometry and work on a research paper with Prof. Silvia Fernandez-Merchant. I have found my art background to be invaluable in graphics and geometry, allowing me to visualize problems. It also helps me figure out solutions that others may not have noticed.
I'm thrilled to be part of the Atomic Object family, to learn and grow as a developer and consultant. Outside of work, I spend my time reading, cooking a variety of different foods, and playing a wide range of games, be they video games, card games, board games, or table top.