### Exact Face-Offsetting for Polygonal Meshes

With Daniel Hambleton.

Proceedings of ACADIA 2015, Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene.

OCE Postdoctoral Fellow

MESH Consultants Inc.

Rigidity theory + Architectural geometry + Topological graph theory + Mathematical illustration

With Daniel Hambleton.

Proceedings of ACADIA 2015, Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene.

with Louis Theran, Anthony Nixon, Mahdi Sadjadi, Brigitte Servatius and M.F. Thorpe.

Physical Review E, 2015.

Discrete and Computational Geometry, 54(1), 2015.

with Anthony Nixon.

Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 22(1), 2015.

with Brigitte Servatius and Herman Servatius.

Proceedings of the 24th Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2014.

Contributions to Discrete Mathematics, 9(1), 2014.

with Anthony Nixon.

Fields Communications Series, volume 70, "Rigidity and Symmetry," a volume edited by Robert Connelly, Asia Weiss and Walter Whiteley.

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 2014 372, 2013.

with Wendy Finbow-Singh and Walter Whiteley.

SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 26(1), 280 -- 304, 2012.

with Bernd Schulze and Walter Whiteley.

International Journal of Solids and Structures, 48, 1711 -- 1728, 2011.

I am presently working on problems in architectural geometry. Previously my research focused on describing a theory of rigidity for periodic frameworks. This is loosely related to the study of zeolites.

I'm also interested in other problems in discrete geometry, tilings, topological graph theory, computational geometry, and problems with a discrete flavour that have applications to biology and crystallography. I'm very interested in the idea and practice of interdisciplinarity.

I currently hold an OCE TalentEdge postdoctoral fellowship with MESH Consultants Inc. Previously, I was a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. I was also a postdoctoral fellow at the Fields Institute in Toronto, in connection with the Thematic Program on Discrete Geometry and Applications.

I completed my PhD in mathematics at York University. I was working with Walter Whiteley in the area of discrete geometry, specifically rigidity theory.

I did my Masters degree at the University of British Columbia, where I worked with Bill Casselman. My thesis was about Penrose Tiles, but it was mostly about pictures.

Current projects and less serious other stuff.

A non-periodic network of corner sharing triangles, based on the Penrose tiling.

Here is a light fixture based on packing space with the hendecahedron, an eleven-sided polyhedron.

Photo by Patrick Ingram.