Currently, I am a Research Staff Member at the Cognitive User Experience Lab of IBM. I completed my PhD under the supervision of Professors Sheila McIlraith and J. Christopher Beck in the area of Automated Planning, with the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Group at the University of Toronto. Following my PhD, I was a post-doc for two years with the University of Melbourne's Agentlab studying techniques for multi-agent planning with a project on human-agent collaboration, and then subsequently a Research Fellow with the MERS group at MIT's CSAIL. I'm interested in a variety of topics including AI, data-driven projects, mapping, graph theory, and data visualization, as well as celtic music, carving, soccer, and coffee. See my c.v. for more information.