I research and design technologies that improve the way people learn, play, collaborate, and make sense of the data around them.  My PhD dissertation examined how game-based learning experiences vary based on the specific perceptual, affective, and cognitive capacities of the learner. I was awarded the University of Washington’s Presidential Dissertation Fellowship (2014-2015 ) to fund the completion of this research. More information about games I’ve developed and projects I’ve worked on can be found below.


Games for Learning & Health 


Data Visualization & Analytics 


Energy Savings Research

Energy Saving Interfaces & Devices