I am a former writer and editor for the electronic music magazine Grooves and have completed studies in a biotechnology graduate program at the University of Pennsylvania. I also produced and released electronic music locally within the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area for art installations and one-off performances.
Presently, I live in the Magnolia district of Seattle, Washington, working as a software developer for a genomic sciences research lab with the University of Washington. My current interests include programming, statistics and informatics, with a particular focus on visualizing data in ways that try to echo Edward Tufte's clean, efficient design principles.
So far I have put together the Terre Thaemlitz and Charles Cohen Wikipedia entries, as well as provided significant interview material for the Autechre entry. I hope to cover more of the history of important electronic music along the way, particularly focusing on Queer artists. I also clean up vandalism when I can.
Other articles I have created from scratch:
I have contributed original photography to the public domain, associated with the following articles:
- Franz Pomassl
- Dan Snaith (Caribou)
- Sandro Perri (Polmo Polpo)
- Olaf Bender, Carsten Nicolai and Frank Bretschneider
- Matthew Dear and Tadd Mullinix (Dabrye)
- Marc Leclair (Akufen)
- Scott Morgan (Loscil)
- John Acquaviva
|The Barnstar of High Culture|
|For creation and elaboration of the article on electronic musician and Queer educator Terre Thaemlitz. sakaki 01:25, 5 September 2006 (UTC)