I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Lafayette College. I am a Vermonter, born and raised. When I’m not doing mathematics, I tend to spend my time outdoors. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, cycling, and gardening in the summers and snowboarding in the winter.
My research interests lie mainly in algebra and geometry. In particular, I am interested in derived categories, homological and homotopical algebra, and model categories. I am especially interested in applying abstract homotopical methods to the study of derived categories in algebraic geometry.
I am currently on the job market. You can find general information about me on my Curriculum Vitae. For more specific information about my research program and my teaching, take a look at my Research Statement and my Teaching Statement. Information about my current and previous courses can be found on my Teaching Page.