About Me

I am a DAWN Fellow at the Cosmic Dawn Center within the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. I previously worked with Maruša Bradač at the University of California, Davis. I study galaxies in the first billion years after the Big Bang using gravitational lensing and large telescopes. I am passionate about outreach and inclusion efforts. When not working, I like to spend free time outside.

CV and Highlights

For a web-friendly version of my CV including a list of my publications, presentations, and mentoring experience, see here. If you'd like to see a PDF of my CV, please click here.


I am characterizing the physical properties of galaxies in the Cosmic Dawn (z>6). I use data from the Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, and the Keck Telescopes. For more details, click here.

Side Hustles

I have done work outside of work, focusing on diversity, inclusion, and science outreach. Click here for more.


I like to play outside. I especially like running, climbing, and water/snow sports. Click here for photos from some of my recent adventures.

Contact Me

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about research, outreach,
or application help.