I am a software engineer working for the Lunar and Planetary Lab at the University of Arizona. I develop software for various aspects of the Cassini mission to Saturn including programs to do observation planning, data calibration, and data analysis. I also work on public release images, database storage, and web interfaces.
I also enjoy photography and, in my spare time, travel to various locations to take photographs. These days, most of my photography is done with digital 35mm single lens reflex cameras. In the past, I used film cameras of various formats and developed and printed images myself.
Other interests include community work, old vehicle restoration, bicycling, hiking, and various aspects of science and mathematics.
Currently, I only have this home page and a photography page.