I am an incoming assistant professor in computational media and design at MIT and a senior fellow in responsible computing at Mozilla.
My work investigates what I call the "the life-cycle of data representations," or the process by which datasets are curated, cleaned, visualized, circulated, and manipulated. In other words, I think about a wide scope of things: from the history and practice of data visualizations to theories about designing graphical interfaces for data analysis. I am also a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard, where I co-lead the Ethical Tech Working Group.
I am currently at work on my new book titled "Adventures on the Embodied Internet."