Hello! I’m a PhD candidate in Geomorphology at the University of Colorado, Boulder working with Bob 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. I am broadly interested in self-organized patterns and how they can provide insight into geomorphic processes.

Niwot Ridge, Colorado
Niwot Ridge, Colorado
We're using drone photogrammetry and numerical modeling to study the formation of solifluction patterns- rock garlands, terraces, and lobes
Qinghai Lake, China
Qinghai Lake, China
Honored to be part of the China-US Workshop 2017: Impacts of a changing cryosphere on lakes and streams in mountain regions
Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins, Colorado
Hogbacks illustrate the important role of large blocks of rock on hillslope evolution
San Rafael Swell, Utah
San Rafael Swell, Utah
Measuring depth of alluvial cover in a slot canyon (but only in the dry parts...)
Lake Khövsgöl, Mongolia
Lake Khövsgöl, Mongolia
Counting the abundance of 50 different species of grasses and forbs as part of the PIRE Mongolia climate change experiment