I am a professional astronomer, working as a postdoctoral researcher at Dartmouth College. I work with Dr. Ryan Hickox and his research group to study the most massive, luminous objects in the Universe — Quasars — and the galaxies and dark matter halos that host them. I also teach classes, advise students, and work in public outreach.
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I use data across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to X-rays, to explore how quasars work and shape the structure of the Universe.Read More
I fell in love with astronomy because of an amazing college professor. I take my role as a teacher and mentor just as seriously as my role as a researcher.Read More
It's important to have time to unwind. If I'm not at my desk or in the classroom, you'll likely find me out on the trail, with a guitar in my hand, or trying to frame the perfect shot.Read More
“Everything that is happening in the Universe — it all makes this moment what it is.”