At Google, Dickson manages a team of image professionals who specialize in imagery at scale. From curation to creation, her team works with products to understand their imagery needs, provide expert guidance, assist with imagery gaps and help to train classifiers to improve image results.
In additional to content, she collaborates with infrastructure and machine learning teams on centralization of assets and image understanding.
Prior to Google, Dickson led photography teams at The Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal and IHeartRadio.
At each position, she collaborated with product teams to build infrastructures that supports direct access to imagery, allowing for faster deployment of content.
Dickson’s interests lie in the changing visual media landscape, our understanding of imagery, how we organize it, and how we utilize it to communicate worldwide.
If you can't find her in the office, you can usually find her playing soccer or volleyball somewhere in NYC.