Background and Current Role

Where I was and where I am now...

My formal education and professional career are focused in the subject of Astronomy. In 2021, I graduated with a B.S. in Astronomy and Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
I currently work as a Systems Engineer at the Space Telescope Science Institute supporting the James Webb Space Telescope mission.

I was involved in a few research projects while at UW-Madison focused on high-redshift galaxy evolution. Along the way, I became passionate about science education and astrophotography. I continue to find opportunities to study the cosmos in my professional career.
Explore my findings and collaborations below.


Maneuvering around the Dust and Gas Remnants of Zwicky 049.057

Priciple Investigator: Dr. John S. Gallagher, UW-Madison


Investigating the origins of oxygen abundance gradient anomalies with MaNGA

Priciple Investigator: Dr. Christy Tremonti, UW-Madison


Geneva Lake Astrophysics and STEAM (GLAS)

After graduating University, I spent time at GLAS located in Williams Bay, Wisconsin.


Personal Astrophotography

I try my best...

I have a telescope lens that I attach my DSLR camera to. In April 2024, I photographed the solar eclipse.


Travels, Adventures, Activities...

Included are recent trips, hobbies, noted moments, etc.

Music Weekly

Check out what has been in my ears lately.

Books Monthly

Check out what I have been reading lately.


We were champions once...