Welcome to my website! I am a PhD student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the George Washington University in
Dr. Sandy Kawano's lab. I am a functional morphologist and evolutionary biologist broadly interested in the relationship between ecology and morphology, and how that relationship has evolved and diversified across vertebrates. My current research focuses on the link between habitat, morphology, and locomotion in salamanders. My other collaborations focus on fish feeding morphology,
fish with suction cups, and mainland anole ecomorphology. Browse my website
to learn more or follow me on twitter. Please get in touch if you have any questions, comments, or would like to collaborate.