In 2016, I completed my B.S. degree in Civil Engineering at Northern Arizona University. Following that, I worked as a Hydrologist with the USGS in Flagstaff, Arizona. I am now enrolled in the Hydrology Ph.D. program, working with Dr. Joel Scheingross. My research focuses on autogenic waterfalls using experimental data, field or remote sensing observations and modeling, to determine the suite of variables which lead to the formation of autogenic waterfalls, their frequency in nature, and their role in landscape evolution. When not working I enjoy rock climbing and baseball.