As an associate professor of Digital Media at Georgia Tech, I teach and conduct research primarily in the areas of data studies and data visualization. I am the founding executive director of the Interdisciplinary Media Arts Center, which fosters projects and pathways for researchers, students, and practitioners who want to make expressive use of innovative technologies.

My most recent book, All Data Are Local (MIT Press, Spring 2019), is addressed to a growing audience of creative practitioners who want to work with unfamiliar data both effectively and ethically. I publish in a variety of fields, such as: science, technology, and society, human-computer interaction, information science, and design studies. I currently teach courses on mixed-reality design, information design, data visualization, and data studies. I also organize events about how to work creatively with data. Recent examples include Information+, Humanities Data VisualizationDigitalSTS and Design and Beautiful Data 1 and 2.


If you are interested in learning more about my work, please send me an email.