I am a graduate student at the IfA specializing in extragalactic astronomy. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Astrophysics with a minor in Mathematics from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. In my undergraduate career I worked on numerous projects related to gravitationally lensed quasars. More recently, I developed a new gravitational lens-modeling code to characterize newly discovered massive galaxy clusters. Currently I am a member of the Hawaii Two-0 team, an effort at the IfA to obtain the largest sample of galaxies with stellar mass estimates beyond z = 3. I am working with Dr. David Sanders to identify high-redshift galaxies and model their spectral energy distributions.

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  • Friends of the IfA Best Second Year Project Award
  • Friends of the IfA Best First Year Project Award
  • Outstanding Graduate Award, College of Charleston Physics and Astronomy

Graduate Student
B.S. 2018, College of Charleston
IfA Mānoa,