I am a fifth year graduate student working with Adam Maloof in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University.

I am interested in learning more about geologic processes through the study of spatial relationships. My work relies on a combination of field observations and computational modelling.

At Princeton, I have focused on using serial sectioning and machine learning to produce three-dimensional models of fossil communities.

Prior to graduate studies, I was a researcher at Situ Studio, where I primarily focused on the Forensic Architecture Project.

A bedding plane image of Cloudina, one of the first biomineralizing organisms. Namibia, June, 2014.