I am a paleontologist from Jacksonville, Florida, USA, and research associate of the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago who studies fossilization, dinosaurs, feather evolution, and sexual selection in both the field and lab through direct analyses of fossils, experimentation, and statistical simulations.
This work is performed alongside an extensive, global network of collaborators and has been covered in media outlets such as The New York Times, BBC (including National and Bristol radio), The Atlantic, Science, Smithsonian Magazine, Scientific American, Discover Magazine, Earth Magazine, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, Illustreret Videnskab, Popular Science, The Economist, International Business Times, Inverse, The Scientist, Live Science, Der Spiegel, The Conversation, Chemical & Engineering News, PBS Eons, and The Skeptics Guide to the Universe.
Ph.D. Geology, University of Bristol (UK), Viva 2018
M.Sc. Distinction, Palaeobiology, University of Bristol (UK), Completed 2015
B.A. Magna Cum Laude, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University, 2014
General coverage of my research:
Magazine article: Science Illustrated (Danish)
Written interview: Darwin’s Door
Radio interview: These Vibes Are Too Cosmic