I am Benjamin Keniray Smith.
I’m a research psychologist specializing in human-computer interaction. I am from Highland Park, NJ, USA. I went to Brown University and the University of Maryland. I live in Fredericksburg, Virginia with my wife Andi and our two daughters, Miss D and Lady O.
I’m not one of the many other people named Ben Smith: I was never the governor of North Carolina, although I did violate North Carolina bathroom law by changing my daughter’s diaper in a men’s room in Durham. I am not a professional journalist, although I did write a snarky opinion column for the Highland Fling. I am not a professional athlete, although I did drop a 12-pound shot on my toe. I am not a rapper who uses the stage name Doc Brown, although I did dress up as Doctor Emmett Brown for Halloween in 2015. I have never served in the Marines, Army, or Episcopal Church. I never went on a killing spree, or any kind of spree. I am not a produce seller and political figure from New Brunswick, Canada, although I was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Worst of all, I am not a jazz saxophone player from Memphis.
I like to cook.