Here are some photos I took while at MIT. I loved exploring the campus and helping faculty and students promote their research with dynamic images.
Magnifying vibrations in bridges and buildings
"Researchers apply computer vision technique to see tiny vibrations in large structures." Read the article.
Why do puddles stop spreading?
"Simple everyday phenomenon was unexplained by physics — until now." Read the article.
New evidence for how a rare form of liver cancer arises
"MIT team finds mechanism by which exposure to vinyl chloride may produce cancerous mutations." Read the article.
Researchers build new fermion microscope
"Instrument freezes and images 1,000 individual fermionic atoms at once." Read the article.
Boxes, books, and bananas: A peek at the MIT Science Fiction Society
A photo essay to accompany a story about the Science Library. Read the article.
A Piece of Pi
For Pi Day, students were asked to write pi from memory! I collaborated with social media to feature this across platforms. Read the article.
Bound for robotic glory
"New algorithm enables MIT cheetah robot to run and jump, untethered, across grass." Read the article.
I helped organize a photo shoot with the MIT mascot, Tim the Beaver, around campus. We've used the photos for many social media posts. This image received 1.6K likes on Facebook and 1.1K on Instagram.