I am a first year PhD student studying fluvial geomorphology with a focus on how river erosional processes shape landscapes. My research seeks to quantify the autogenic dynamics involved in waterfall formation. I use various research methods including flumes, field work, remote sensing, and numerical modeling. In my free time, I enjoy outdoor activities and dog training.
- Bachelor of Science, Geology, Arizona State University, 2017
- Graduate Certificate, Geospatial Information Science, North Carolina State University, 2019