My name's Michael. I'm a product manager at NVIDIA, working on assembling powerful clusters for AI training and inference.
Previously, I was a Presidential Innovation Fellow in Washington, DC, where I created a clinical trials search API for the National Cancer Institute and the search interface for Code.gov.
Before that, I worked in Silicon Valley as the first engineer at a venture backed (Google Ventures, Goldman Sachs), early-stage fintech startup called DataFox, which was bought by Oracle in 2018.
My academic background is in Applied Math and Computer Science, but I'm a full stack engineer, comfortable with pretty much any topic from DevOps to Genetic Algorithms.
Outside of work, I'm an avid traveler and photographer. This site is a place for me to share my art and personal projects.
a timelapse I made with a focus on the Golden Gate Bridge and what it means to San Franciscans (2013)
into the sunrise
driving into a sunrise in NM (2016)
from west to east
my recent trip from California to Florida condensed into a 6 minute hyperlapse (2016)
a bunch of photographs I've taken while traveling (2010-2015)
(more photography) a collection of zen-like moments from around the world (2018-2019)
a visualization plaform for energy which displays transmission lines, power plants, renewable energy centers, and oil & gas infrastructure (2013)
a small web service which visualizes web comments temporally using d3 (2011)