I am currently an NSF and ITC postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
I also wrote AstroBlend, a Python library for
Blender which allows the scientist visualize their data within
I've got a real science website with real science on it
here, or if you're interested in the hydrodynamics of
gas in dwarf galaxies and clusters, check out a few papers I've been a part of on NASA ADS. Unrelated blinky things can be found here.
I'm also a visualization programmer for the AVL at the NCSA at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I focus on scripting, scene design, derived data, and data flow, and I am a super-user of visual effects tools like Maya and Houdini. In addition to my film credits with the AVL, I contributed to the science-inspired renderings of gravitational lensing around a black hole in the Christopher Nolan film "Interstellar" at Double Negative.