I am a postdoctoral researcher with broad combinatorial interests. I defended my thesis "Cyclic Actions in Combinatorial Invariant Theory" in 2021 at the University of Minnesota, under the guidance of Victor Reiner. That work has a algebraic flavor, centering around representation theory and reflection groups. However, I have also worked on projects involving graph polynomials, additive combinatorics, and the analytic combinatorics of several variables.
I am deeply interested in pedagogy and communication. Beginning in my undergraduate studies I maintained several blogs, including "One Thousand Adventures in Mathematics" (OTAM). Beginning as an expository challenge, I now think of OTAM as a chronicle of my transition to graduate school.