Joe Uchill, the first Mark Clayton Fellow in Cybersecurity, is a one-time applied mathematician whose first paying job was as a counselor at a computer camp. It was the kind of place where the chief punishment was sending kids outside to play. While attending the University of Wisconsin—Madison, he presented papers on image processing and cryptography to IEEE and SPIE conferences. Uchill has written for the print or Web divisions of Uncut, Columbia Journalism Review, and the now defunct A.V. Club local, and regularly contributes to the Boston Metro and Milwaukee Shepherd Express. "B-Side," a movie he's as surprised as anybody to find out he cowrote, is slated for digital release by the end of 2014.