I am currently a PhD student in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. Broadly speaking, I am interested in how high-latitude landscapes evolve over space and time. I am particularly interested in glaciers and ice sheets, how they move sediments across Earth's surface, and how the efficiency of subglacial erosion controls landscape development. My primary analytical tool is analysis of cosmogenic nuclides (such as beryllium-10 and aluminum-26) in rocks, although I also employ analysis of lake sediments and mapping both in the field and with air photographs or satellite imagery. Scroll through the tabs above to learn more about my research, teaching, and personal interests.