I'm a Machine Learning PhD student at Georgia Tech advised by James Hays and Judy Hoffman. My interests lie in computer vision, and I've worked on projects in object tracking and low-shot learning. I received my B.S. in Computer Science and my B.A. in Cognitive Science from the University of Georgia.
Last summer I interned at Argo AI, where I am still employed part-time to help solve some of the challenging problems for self-driving cars. In summer 2018, I worked at UC Berkeley with Fisher Yu and colleagues to develop Scalabel, a tool to help accelerate the annotation of object tracks in videos.
In my spare time, I plan and run Dungeons & Dragons adventures, read science fiction, practice classical guitar, and play Overwatch with my friends.