Welcome to my little piece of internet real estate. I am a fourth year graduate student in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ATOC) at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I am working to obtain a doctoral degree in atmospheric science, which I hope to complete sometime in the 2013-14 time frame. I received a Masters degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Colorado in 2011 and a Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University in the Spring of 2009.
I have many interests, including weather forecasting, teaching, boundary layer research, computer programming, web site design, and photography. I aim to represent a little bit of each on this website.
In the menu above, you can find links to additional information about my research and academic pursuits. You can also find the most recent version of my CV. The Programs section contains various computer programs and scripts I have written that you might find either useful or interesting, and hopefully provide a window into my programming style and ability. These range from IDL scripts to perform functions that should be included in IDL to begin with(!) to programs that I have created using various languages in the past. The Photos link sends you to my Google Picasa page that contains some photo collections from various locales that I have taken in the past few years (mostly chronicling my hiking adventures in Colorado).
Thanks for visiting and enjoy your stay! If you have any questions or comments, just click the Contact link above.
Sept, 2012 - The design of the site has been updated (and, in my judgement, upgraded!). Additionally, I have updated and expanded upon the information detailing my research and programming exploits.