I am a graduate student studying mathematics and complex systems at the University of Vermont with an interest in understanding the emergent network structure and dynamics of sociotechnical systems. In line with my New England roots, I received a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from the University of Connecticut. For a complete detail of my previous affiliations, view my CV.

I work as a member of the Computational Story Lab under the guidance of Prof. Peter Dodds and Prof. Chris Danforth and as part of the larger Vermont Complex Systems Center. You can read more on my research page.

When I am not being simultaneously thrilled and horrified by the depths of mathematics, I enjoy playing guitar. I used to play in a punk rock band in high school and we put all of our recorded music online for the memories. Following that band, I played jazz extensively and, currently, I primarily play acoustic guitar.