I am working toward a Ph.D. in Physical Ocean Science and Engineering in the School of Marine Science and Policy at the University of Delaware. I am Research Assistant under Dr. Fabrice Veron in the Air-Sea Interaction Laboratory and Dr. Matthew Oliver in the Ocean Exploration, Remote Sensing, and Biogeography Laboratory. My research focuses on gas transfer across the atmosphere/ocean interface and surface-to-deep ocean carbon sequestration (check out more on my research page).
Before coming to the University of Delaware, I gradutated from Millersville University in 2010 with a B.S. in Meteorology and a B.S. in Ocean Sciences and Coastal Studies with an option in Physical Oceanography. While attending Millersville, I actively participated in the local chapter of the American Meteorological Society and was President of the Ocean Science Club. During the summer months, I was fourtunate enough to get involved in undergraduate research and internships (check out my CV).
I am recently married and live local to Newark, DE with my wife, Chelsea and dog, Misty. In my free time I enjoy brewing beer, weather forecasting/observations, relaxing with friends/family, grilling/cookouts, playing sports, boating, working on the house, and occasional jogs. A goal in life is to live near the beach with my family and own a boat. I am a big sports enthusiast and you can often catch me in Baltimore at either Ravens or Orioles games.