Welcome to my site!

I am a physics PhD candidate at the University of California, Santa Cruz and a NSF graduate research fellow. My work lies primarily at the intersection of dark matter and black holes, which I study using machine learning, computational/numerical methods, and other techniques from across cosmology, astrophysics, and particle physics. For more information about my research and career thus far, please see my research page and take a look at my CV.

On this site you can find some of my Notes on physics and related topics. I also share motely blog posts from time to time!

Outside of physics, I love to make Music and play pickleball!