I am a member of the Strategic Initiatives group at Wolfram Research. I do a little bit of everything: Assisting with the development of marketing materials, in-depth research assignments, writing blog posts, playing around with our own technology, etc; I create content.
My background is in physics and mathematics, and my overarching area of interest is probability theory. Specifically, this includes dynamical systems, stochastic geometry and random graphs. I attended the Wolfram Summer School as a student in 2015 investigating probabilistic cellular automata under the direction of Vitaliy Kaurov. I was also recently an instructor for the Wolfram High School Summer Camp for 2017.
Currently, I am learning category theory and doing some miscellaneous programming and electronics projects. I have other hobbies that don't involve math: Boxing, cooking, sustainable living, language learning and Sudoku (though that one could be considered cheating).