Media Research Laboratory
New York University
719 Broadway, Rm 1202
New York, NY 1000328 October, 1999
To whom it may concern:
Yevgeniy Tovshteyn was a top student in my computer graphics class. He easily received a grade of A, producing consistently excellent work. In fact, he is one of the few students who received a perfect score on every assignment (and I am notorious for giving very challenging assignments to my students).
I found Mr. Tovshteyn to show initiative, creativity, and willingness to work hard and to go beyond the presented material in his desire to learn computer graphics and to do independent exploration of the subject matter. For example, he came up with a very interesting generalization of transformation matrices on his own. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to drop me an email at email@example.com.
Ken Perlin Associate Professor Department of Computer Science