I am an assistant professor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department at Kenyon College. My research interests include geometric measure theory, analysis, and differential geometry in Banach spaces. In particular, I have recently become interested in applications of these fields to image processing. I am on leave for Spring 2012, and will spend most of this semester at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics at UCLA.
I received my Ph.D. in August 2009 from the University of Michigan, where my advisors were Juha Heinonen and Mario Bonk. Prior to my graduate studies, I spent four years in the Air Force conducting statistical analyses and developing mathematical models of personnel data.
In addition to teaching and studying mathematics, I enjoy throwing pottery, running, and managing my fantasy football team, the Fourth Quartile Quarterbacks.