I am a technical writer in Wolfram's Document Systems group, where I help market, document and demonstrate our latest technology. I have a background in physics, and computer science and audio engineering. My interests are pretty broad: linguistics, engineering, music, mathematics, history, economics, photography... I like learning new things.
In my undergrad, I did some research on acoustic levitation (ELI5: making tiny balls float in the air with really loud sounds). Lately I've been playing with data analytics, geographic visualization, and image/audio processing. I've done a little programming in a lot of languages. I also like tinkering with electronics and "hacking" technology to do my bidding.