I am a programmer, musician, and occasional writer.
I am currently working at Digital H, developing applications and user interfaces for a wide range of clients.
I was one of the first technical employees at Syrian Archive, where I developed tools and workflows to help teams verify and archive visual evidence of human rights abuses, and had a large part in designing the systems and data architecture they still use today.
Through my experience in this work I was also able to co-author a chapter to the book Digital Witness, published by the Oxford University Press.
I have also worked with a variety of startups - helping them come up with technical solutions to their needs and developing user focused applications.
As a programmer, I have a strong interest in functional programming and software architecture. At the moment I am enjoying lisps (clojure, elisp) and typescript, as well as adventures in emacs.
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