About Me

I am a second year PhD student in computer science at Stanford University, where I am advised by Maneesh Agrawala. My research interests are at the intersection of computer graphics and human-computer interaction (HCI) and my work focuses on leveraging technology in conjunction with HCI principles to make it easier for people to capture, edit and consume video.

Before entering the PhD, I worked as a research apprentice in the Creative Intelligence Lab at Adobe Systems for 2.5 years. As a research apprentice, I led and collaborated on multiple research projects that were published at top tier conferences such as UIST, CHI and SIGGRAPH. While at Adobe, my work was primarily supervised by Wilmot Li.

I received my BS and MS in computer science from Stanford in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Outside of research, I like crafting and am passionate about minority representation in STEM and more specifically STEM research. Since 2016, I have been a co-organizer of the SIGGRAPH Women in Research Lunch. For the upcoming 2019-2020 school year, I will also serve as the Graduate Student in Residence for the Asian American Activities Center at Stanford, where I will mentor and coach students interested in pursuing undergraduate research.