About

I am planetary scientist, glaciologist, and geophysicist, currently stationed as a postdoctoral research associate at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona.

My research largely centers on debris-covered glaciers and rock glaciers. These are landforms containing glacial ice buried under a surface layer of rock and debris. They are found on Earth and Mars and on both planets are valuable sources of fresh water which also provide insights into climate history.

I’m also a participant in Subsurface Water Ice Mapping (SWIM) on Mars, a collaborative project in which we aim to comprehensively map martian mid-latitude ice deposits as a service for future crewed missions to Mars.

More information can be found on my Research page.

In addition to my academic research I have a multitude of hobbies that I juggle in my free time. I’m an avid photographer, trail runner, cyclist, backpacker, paddler, and amateur guitar player.

Some of my code work can be found on GitHub.