While this predominantly remains my website for my film work (especially the film I've been working on for the last three years, "The Theory of Happiness") I realized that for an occasional visitor, it may be interesting to glance at what I'm doing as part of my PhD program at the University of British Columbia.
Thus, you will see a new tab under the header, titled "academia," where I will occasionally post papers I'm working on, various "fun" graphs, or other content relevant to my academic work. I also hope to resuscitate several old publications, making them accessible online for you to view, to comment on, and possibly, to be amused by.
To begin, allow me to post a graph I created using gephi, an open graph visualization software, made interactive with thinglink. It was inspired by this blog, which has created a Wikipedia-based graph on the history of philosophy. To learn about my graph, please visit the new "academia" tab!