I am a postdoctorate researcher at the University of Western Ontario and Institute for Earth and Space Exploration. My research interests include lunar surface science, radar remote sensing, volcanism (Mars, Venus, Earth, and Io), analogue field work, and impact cratering processes. I am strong believe in mixing both field work and laboratory analysis in research. One without the other results in too many gaps in research, leaving a lot of questions partially or completely unanswered.
I am also a strong advocate for science communication and outreach; I am the host and creator of the space podcast The Diaries of Space Explorers, and part of the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration's outreach team.
My Research Experience Gallery
A picture is worth 1000 words in a report, essay or research paper! It is a guideline I have followed since my second year as an undergraduate. I wanted to apply it to my website and share my experience when I was a graduate student and now a postdoc through imagery.