I am an NSF postdoc at Harvard, working with Mike Hopkins. Starting June 2024, I will be an assistant professor at Brigham Young University. My work is supported by the National Science Foundation under grant DMS-2202825.

I received my PhD in May 2022 from Duke, where I was advised by Kirsten Wickelgren. Before Duke, I began my PhD studies at Georgia Tech.

I am generally interested in applications of algebraic topology to questions in algebraic geometry and number theory. My papers can be found on my research page.

I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and attended the University of Utah for my undergraduate studies. I now live in Watertown with my wonderful wife and daughter. My non-mathematical interests include painting, hiking, boxing, and learning languages.