Eliot Feibush is a scientist in the Computational Plasma Physics Group at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. As a member of the High Performance Computing Team, he is creating visualizations of fusion simulations and plasma physics experiments. Other efforts include developing scientific graphics software for showing data acquired from experiments and subsequent analysis. His ElVis software is deployed on the Fusion Grid Monitor for displaying the input and results of TRANSP runs. The ElVis website is http://w3.pppl.gov/elvis. His work in developing the visualization and graphical user interface for the Full Wave Reflectometer simulation is on http://w3.pppl.gov/fwr. His visualization work includes designing and installing the Display Wall in the Princeton University Lewis Science Library, part of his on-going collaboration with the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE). At PPL he manages the CPPG High Resolution Wall and supports the Collaborative Display Wall in the NSTX Control Room. Eliot is active in the Science Education program at PPL. In 2008 he received the Outstanding Volunteer award from the New Jersey Regional Science Bowl. The software he developed for administering academic competitions received Honorable Mention from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer. In 2010 he received the DOE Outstanding Mentor award for working with Science Undergraduate Laboratory Interns. Previously, he has developed graphics, visualizations, and user interfaces for architectural design, medical imaging, and geospatial/situational awareness applications. He has published journal articles on modeling, rendering, and visualization. Eliot received his B. Architecture and M.S. in computer graphics from Cornell University.