My research lies in Human-Computer Interaction, with applications in accessibility. Specifically, I create and study tools that help people with disabilities interact with and create information and media in the physical and digital worlds.
I am part of the Accessibility Lab at the University of Michigan Computer Science and Engineering advised by Dhruv Jain. I recently graduated with a Master's Degree in Information (UX Research and Design specialization) at the University of Michigan. My undergraduate studies at Ohio State focused on data science and psychology. I also worked as a research assistant at the CAIDe Lab advised by Brittany Shoots-Reinhard.