Hello! I’m a PhD candidate in Geomorphology at the University of Colorado, Boulder working with Dr. Robert Anderson. I strive to understand the evolution of Earth’s surface at both grain and landscape scales, using a combination of numerical models, field work, physical experiments and remote sensing. My current research focuses on the evolution of hillslopes in the face of heterogenous lithology and geologic structure.

Left Hand Canyon, Colorado
Left Hand Canyon, Colorado
Taking flow velocity measurements around large boulders (Photo credit: Eric Winchell)
Dalbay Valley, Mongolia
Dalbay Valley, Mongolia
Counting the abundance of 50 different species of grasses and forbs as part the PIRE Mongolia climate change experiment
Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
Seeking depth to bedrock on a fault scarp (Photo credit: Dan Hobley)
NASA DC8, Palmdale, California
NASA DC8, Palmdale, California
A rare opportunity to fly in the cockpit of the NASA DC8 research plane, collecting air samples and remote sensing data
San Rafael Swell, Utah
San Rafael Swell, Utah
Measuring depth of alluvial cover in a slot canyon (Photo credit: Aaron Hurst)