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PhD Student in Archaeology, The University of Texas at Austin

It is without question that humans have continuously interacted with their environment since the beginning of time. I seek to uncover evidence of these interactions using the geophysical survey and analysis methods that now allows researchers to take a more holistic approach than ever before. At the same time, I specialize in finding unique ways of communicating these data and results across various mediums. Being at the beginning of my career, I also hope to gain more experience in public education, as I believe that learning more about the history of your area instigates more love and respect for your environment.

Besides a Bachelor’s degree in both Anthropology and Geography, my experience at the University of Florida has helped me become sufficient in:
- ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, and QGIS
- ORA Network Analysis
- Field methods and organizing field projects
- General artifact processing and analysis
- Graphic design
- Research design and professional presentation
- Organizational leadership

When I’m not studying or doing research, I like taking my dog to the park, basking in the Floridian nature, bingeing the Great British Baking Show, and working on my side hustle, MODmap. I also am currently spending free time on learning Python better, drone basics, and Spanish.


  • 2021–present
    PhD Student, University of Texas at Austin