An experimental condensed matter physicist, I am currently a research associate in the Physics Department at Harvard University and have just begun a faculty position at the University of California, Davis. My research focuses on the realm of strongly correlated electronic quantum matter and visualization methods of electronic structure, broken symmetries, topological order and quantum criticality. My main contributions include 1) the first direct visualization of heavy fermion formation, 2) visualization of the spatial structure of Kondo holes and their intense disordering of heavy fermion electronic structure, 3) discovery of an exotic phase of matter known as d-form factor density wave in the cuprate high temperature superconductors, 4) discovery of the d-form factor density wave in the vortex cores of cuprate superconductors, and 5) the associated interconversion of d-symmetry Cooper-pairs providing strong evidence for a composite order mechanism in the pseudogap regime of the cuprates. Recently, I have developed milliKelvin Scanned Josephson Tunneling microscopy to directly visualize the superfluid condensate in unconventional superconductors. This technique has led to the discovery of a Cooper-Pair density wave in the cuprate compound BSCCO-2212.