I started using Mathematica in 2011 as a sophomore in college. I graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 2014 with a B.A. in Astrophysics working with Dr. Froney Crawford on extragalactic pulsar surveys. I received my Ph.D. in astrophysics from Cornell University in 2020.
At Cornell, I worked with Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger on modeling the climates of potentially habitable exoplanets. I also worked with Dr. Natasha Holmes and Dr. Andrea Stevenson Won on using virtual reality in physics education.
In the Fall of 2020 I began my Master of Fine Arts degree at the Rhode Island School of Design. In their 2-year Digital + Media program I will focus on exploring our relationship with science by using it as a creative tool.