After graduating from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science in 2014, I moved to Seattle in order for a startup called GraphLab, which aimed to encapsulate performant machine learning tools in an easy-to-use Python library. Starting in 2016, I worked at Apple working on Machine Learning infrastructure tools, and I worked there until 2018. Now, I've joined the AI residency program in Cambridge, Mass. with the goal of getting more deeply involved in research. While here, I've worked with the Machine Perception and Brain teams in order to push the boundaries of generative Computer Vision models. Long term, I am committed to making these powerful machine learning methods both more general in application and more accessible to the world, and Google is a fabulous place to begin that journey. Outside of work, you can find me playing in the great outdoors with friends and family; mountain biking, backcountry skiing, and hiking are favorite hobbies of mine. Here in New England I hope to become a stronger climber and learn more about sea kayaking. Favorite trips of mine have included ski touring out of the Meadow hut in interior British Columbia, backpacking trips in my home state of Colorado, and taking rental cars where no rental car should go in Iceland.