About me

I work on data-focused projects that span machine-learning, data visualization, web development, and Internet of Things (IoT). I write mostly in Python and JavaScript with smaller amounts of R, PHP, sed/awk, and Java.

Professionally, I work on the agency data analytics team within NASA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer’s Technology and Innovation division. I consult and build prototypes for internal NASA customers in finance, human resources, facilities, space technology, and other domains that solve client problems or enable new insights.

In my personal time, I co-organize the Houston Data Visualization Meetup and manage the social media of the Gulf Coast Section of SEPM (sedimentology geology society). I also attend hackathons like the Houston NASA Space-Apps hackathon and geoscience hackathons run by AgileScientific. Side projects are a major way I add to my skills, so I always have several in development and backlog on the to-do list.

Projects within the last year

Working on now or in the last couple months

  • Helped build map applications to assist spreading and collection accurate information about shelters and flooding post Hurricane Harvey in collaboration with a large number of other volunteers organized through SketchCity, a civic tech organization.
  • Participating in a geoscience hackathon run by AgileScientific before the annual Society of Exploration Geophysicists Conference in Houston. Built a machine-learning model to mimic geologists stratigraphic picks of the top of the McMurry Formation in Canada.
  • Building an application that can take any google forms results csv, pick the right charts, and create a data visualization in which interacting with the chart of results for any question filters the charts for every other question.
  • Building a “where science happens in Houston” map that leverages web-scraping and machine-learning.


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