My passion for utilizing art and science to spread conservation ideals emanates from my background in Human Ecology, a discipline that addresses the complex interface of humans and the natural world. My work centers on understanding, communicating, and advocating for conservation. With an appreciation for the intricacy of current environmental issues, I hope to creatively and collaboratively work towards interdisciplinary problem-solving.


My research interests include plant ecology, functional ecology, and restoration ecology. I am committed to conducting applied research with tangible impacts for contemporary conservation.


In an effort to highlight the confluence of science and art in the context of conservation, I work in a variety of mediums including pen and ink illustration, mural design, printmaking, and digital & film photography.


I am currently pursuing my Master's in Environmental Science & Policy at Northern Arizona University. Looking ahead, I hope to more formally pursue and integrate policy into my conservation efforts.

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