Keith is currently working towards the completion of his undergraduate degree in Geomatics, with a minor in Computer Science, at the University of Waterloo. He will be beginning his Masters in May 2014 with the general direction of building tools for empirically informing agent-based models for use in agricultural decision-making. As part of his research, Keith will be working with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Socio-Ecological Infrastructure acquired through the Canadian Foundation for Innovation. His broader research interests include Web 2.0 geographic information systems, geographic information extraction, network analysis, and 3D modelling of urban areas. Outside of academia, Keith likes to keep busy reading, travelling, as well as taking part in side projects such as creating music and developing computer applications.