About me

I’m a chemist-turned-ecologist who is broadly interested in studying the ecology of rocky shores and how their associated communities will change with ongoing anthropogenic warming and ocean acidification. Currently, I am working towards a doctorate under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Harley at the University of British Columbia to understand how species interactions like herbivory and facilitation will be affected by warming, and how these effects will change the larger intertidal community. Outside of research, I enjoy all things outdoors, particularly running, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and scuba diving.