Presently, I am an Adjunct Instructor of Physics at Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta, Georgia. In the spring of 2018, I fulfilled the requirements necessary to receive a Master of Science in Physics from Ball State University (BSU). While at BSU, I began my research on eclipsing binary stars under the supervision of Dr. Robert Berrington. I hope to publish my work and continue my research in some capacity.
When not engaged in the study of physics and astronomy, I like to be outdoors surrounded by nature. My favorite activities include kayaking, rafting, bicycling, hiking, and swimming. I also love to play and watch sports. I can often be found at the local baseball park recording the game details in my scorebook.
I am also an avid musician. I studied classical guitar for several years and continue to practice regularly. I helped write and record an album with Smiley’s Gearshift (SG) and continue to create new music in my home recording studio. I maintain a working music band with other former members of SG and love to deliver live performances.