A NY native exploring intersections of data, arts, business, and humanitarianism. I have my Bachelor’s in Mathematics from Clark University. With a background in Digital Media, I am particularly interested in the way data describes behavior. I often ask in my projects, “What exactly is the data telling us? What are we missing? What is not being described?” using questions like this makes space for solid interpretation, as opposed to a results-driven approach. I am fairly interested in public wellness and being an advocate for one’s health and well-being. This includes mental health and financial stability. For this reason, many of my projects have involved presenting information in a digestible way. I believe we have the power to make data accessible and allow the public to make informed decisions.