I am an Assistant Professor of Digital Media in the School of Literature, Media and Communication at Georgia Tech. My research is focused on helping creative people think critically about the social implications of emerging technologies.

I have a new book out, entitled All Data Are Local (MIT Press, Spring 2019). It is addressed to a growing audience of practitioners who want to work with unfamiliar data both effectively and ethically. If you are interested in learning more about my work, please send me an email.

[ Other Recent Work ]

2019. with Corbett, Eric. “Engaging Gentrification as a Social Justice Issue in HCI.” ACM SIGCHI Conference Proceedings. Glasgow, UK. online

2018. “All the Homes: Zillow and the Operational Context of Data.” in Transforming Digital Worlds. pdf

2016. with Vertesi, Janet, David Ribes, Laura Forlano, Yanni A. Loukissas, and Marisa Cohn, 2016. “Engaging, Critiquing, and Making Digital Systems: Crossings between STS and Design,” in The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, edited by Clark Miller, Laurel Smith-Doerr, Ulrike Felt, and Rayvon Fouche. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Recent events include Humanities Data VisualizationDigitalSTS and Design and Beautiful Data 1 and 2.