I am a paleobiology Ph.D. candidate specializing in the evolution of mammalian function and form. I am particularly interested in the use of quantitative methods to understand the way that animals interact with their environment. My current research is in the Wilson Lab at the University of Washington on the faunal composition and ecomorphology of mammals following the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction event. I also TA a variety of undergraduate biology classes, and am involved in a number of outreach activities through the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. Have a look at my CV.
I also like to make art. My work includes a lot of line drawings but also collage and watercolors. Sometimes I do freelance illustration jobs. Check out some samples on my Art + Illustration page.