Frédo Durand is a Professor of computer science at MIT who specializes in digital and computational photography. He has invented techniques for blur removal, high-dynamic range tine mapping, image-based rendering, lighting simulation, mixed-lighting white balance, lighting with drones. His team has created the Halide compiler for high-performance image processing. You can learn more about his research on his MIT webpage. In his spare time, he enjoys playing with cameras and you can find some of his photos at http://www.fredodurand.net/.