Project Sunroof // Google

Software developer, May 2015 to present.

Project Sunroof screenshot

Project Sunroof (google.com/sunroof) is a free, public tool for estimating the amount of renewable electricity that a home — or an entire city — could generate with solar panels. Project Sunroof uses machine learning to find feasible locations for solar panels on a roof. Then, the tool estimates electrical generation using historical weather, shadows from trees and obstacles, and locally applicable tax incentives.

The online data explorer provides solar overviews for many cities in the U.S., and the homeowner tool allows individual residents to look up expected savings or costs for their address.


A-Frame

Contributor, December 2015 to present.

A-Frame screenshot

A-Frame (aframe.io) is a web framework for building virtual reality experiences. Make WebVR with HTML and the entity-component pattern. Works on Vive, Rift, Daydream, GearVR, desktop.


Graphiq

Software developer, January 2013 to April 2015.

Graphiq screenshot

Graphiq (graphiq.com) is a platform for managing, exploring, and visualizing data. Graphiq provides a network of datasets and web applications featuring search, context-rich visualizations, filtering, and interactive tools available to journalists, researchers, and the general public.