I’m a designer, developer, and design educator based in Washington, D.C. I build tools and platforms to support local, humanistic endeavors.
Here’s my C.V. (PDF).
I help run Knowledge Commons DC 🔗, a free school that has offered more than 900 classes around D.C. in partnership with public library systems, arts organizations, museums, and local businesses. We’ve been covered by NPR, the Washington Post, and MSNBC.
I’m interested in how historic land use patterns and long-buried natural systems poke their way to the surface, shaping our cities today. I produce maps and lead tours that examine landscape history and planning issues, particularly in the D.C. area. I’m staring to work on projects that aim to make sense of regional demographic patterns.
Want to send me a reasonably-secure message? I’m on Signal. You’ll have to email me to ask for my phone number/handle, but you might do that from a burner account.
Alternatively, here’s my GPG public key (text/asc). Key fingerprint:
2AD3 4E21 3CA4 F6B4 7FE1 241E F284 A593 4532 8EE7
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