My research is in the areas of Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, and Domestic Computing where I study social culture, user behaviors, group collaboration, and ubiquitous and mobile technology design. This has involved studying, designing, and evaluating a range of technologies including communication, coordination, and gaming systems. My work tends to span many disciplines including computer science, social psychology, sociology, and cultural anthropology.
Recent research projects heavily focus on telepresence for family and workplace communication over distance.
A lot of people think my last name is hard to spell. You might be surprised to know that my first name gets misspelled nearly just as much.