I'm a geospatial web developer at Esri and serve as the Non-Academic Director of the AAG Cartography Specialty Group. My own schooling focused heavily on cartography and remote sensing time-series analysis.
Some of my work has been featured by:
- KANTAR Information is Beautiful Awards 2019: GOLD winner in "Maps, Places & Spaces" category for "Earth at Night, Mountains of Light"
- John Metcalfe, The Washington Post: "If night lights were mountains: Cartographer invents whole new way to look at Earth"
- Matt Largey, KUT 90.5 Austin's NPR Station: "Shining Cities On The Hills: Check Out This Map Of Texas Cities Showing Their Brightness In Peaks"
- KANTAR Information is Beautiful Awards 2018: Longlisted for "What's Your Vote Worth?"
- The CodePen Spark: "Melody, Maps, and Mood"
- Kenneth Field: "Favourite maps from 2018"
- Nathan Yau, FlowingData: "Night lights mapped as terrain"
- Nathan Yau, FlowingData: "Aviation tracker with depth"
- Jim Vallandingham: "Multivariate Map Collection"
- Maps Mania: "The Leaflet Flowmap Layer"
I occasionally push pixels by writing scientific algorithms to analyze complex Earth observation data. You can also find me blogging and collaborating over at Petrichor Studio.
Past affiliations include: