Byron sits casually here in a red T-shirt and black pants in front.
She is barely noticed on the show since the entire script is filled in by laugh tracks.
It wasn't until she saw her 19-month-old daughter deftly navigate her iPhone to play an episode of kids' show Yo Gabba Gabba that she realized she had to take steps to keep up with the tech wagon unless she wanted to be completely left behind.
In 2014, Savage told about the sheer amount of criticism and resistance Byron has had to deal with just because she happens to be a woman in a heavily male-leaning industry.
Not so with Kari Byron.
As daunting as that sounds, Hyneman eventually discovered one thing in Byron's papers that he liked: a photo of a sculpture she had made of an old man.
Born in Needham, Massachusetts and raised by neurotic gymnast parents, it was inevitable that Aly would have to compete as a gymnast, whether she wanted to or not.
Along with that she was engaged in various art projects.