I started at Caltech in September 2018 after receiving a BA in physics from the University of Chicago. I work with Tapio Schneider studying cloud feedbacks and interactions between aerosols, clouds, and radiation. I am broadly interested in the role of clouds in Earth's climate system. My current work focuses on how boundary layer clouds respond to warming, global circulations, and aerosol perturbations. My research uses a variety of tools, including pencil-and-paper theory, high-resolution models, and satellite observations. In my free time, you can often find me hiking in the San Gabriel mountains or baking birthday surprises for friends.