I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. I study Mars through physical sedimentology, stratigraphy and geomorphology. My research involves ground-based observations from the Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Exploration Rovers, orbital data from HiRISE, and the use of terrestrial field analogs to understand bedforms and sediment transport on Mars. I'm interested in past surface processes on Mars, using the sedimentary rock record to interpret past climate regimes and potential habitability.
Before arriving at ASU, I received a Ph.D. in Geology from Caltech.  I did my undergrad at Dartmouth College where I studied Earth Sciences modified with Engineering. In addition to research I enjoy hiking, running and traveling.