I am currently a 6th year astronomy PhD candidate at UMass Amherst. I got my B.S. in Astrophysics at Haverford College in Pennsylvania. My current research focuses on accretion mechanism from circumstellar disks onto young brown dwarfs & planetary mass companions, and icy dust grains in circumstellar disks around young stars.

About Me

How I got here and where I'm going

Science Research

My work studying circumstellar disks

Teaching & Outreach

From public observing to teaching python

Fun Times in the control room at the KPNO WIYN 0.9m

timelapse credit: Kim Ward-Duong