Hi! I am a Schmidt AI in Science postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics. My primary research interest is in advancing our understanding of the nature of dark matter from a combination of astrophysical probes, but primarily through the visually spectacular phenomenon of strong gravitational lensing by galaxies. Follow the links below for my CV, publications, and a cool article published in Vice!

About me: I grew up in the United States in the small town of Yorktown, Virginia, the place where we defeated the British in the decisive final battle of the American Revolution. I obtained a BA in physics at James Madison University, and a PhD in physics from UCLA in 2020. Since then, I have conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Toronto. When I'm not trying to figure out the particle nature of dark matter, you can find me playing soccer, watching soccer (mainly Arsenal), playing chess, playing the piano, working out, and listening to Juan Luis Guerra.