Steve Seitz is Robert E. Dinning Professor in the Allen School at the University of Washington, where he co-leads the UW Reality Lab. He is also Distinguished Scientist at Google, where he's led a number of projects across Telepresence, VR, Maps, Photos, and Computational Photography. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin in 1997, and subsequently worked at Microsoft Research and as an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. He joined the faculty at the University of Washington in 2000. His co-authored papers have won the David Marr Prize (twice) at ICCV, the CVPR 2015 best paper award, and the Helmholtz Prize at ICCV 2019. He received an NSF Career Award, and ONR Young Investigator Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and is IEEE Fellow and ACM Fellow. His work on Photo Tourism (joint with Noah Snavely and Rick Szeliski) formed the basis of Microsoft’s Photosynth technology, and his teams at Google developed Project Starline, Jump, VR180, Cardboard Camera, Lens Blur, Photo Tours, and Face Movies.