about


I am a neuroscientist & visualization designer working as a postdoctoral associate at the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington.

My research focuses mainly on real-time functional neuroimaging: developing software tools and exploring how fMRI neurofeedback can be used to train volitional control over neuromodulatory regions including the dopaminergic midbrain.

Both within and outside of research, I've generated numerous visualization works with the aim of promoting engagement with science; not just the results, but the process. Interested in commissioning visualization projects or scientific figures?

In addition, I've pursued coursework in documentary photography through the Center for Documentary Studies. Past work has been featured in The Guardian, New New South, and Latent Image; for more recent work, see photography.