Wynoochee River Valley, Olympic Mountains, WA
I am a Master's student working with Dr. Steven Wesnousky. Originally from Seattle Washington, I moved to Bellingham Washington to attend Western Washington University where I completed a B.S. in Geology in 2015. While at WWU I did senior research with Dr. Colin Amos related to the geomorphic signature of fold growth along Cleman Mountain, WA. Currently I am using quaternary mapping, drone photogrammetry and scarp degradation to constrain slip rates on historically active faults in the Central Nevada Seismic Belt, specifically the Pleasant Valley and Dixie Valley faults. While not working in the lab and field, I enjoy spending time outdoor running, biking, and skiing.
Office: LMR 374