about me

I am a first-year Ph.D. student advised by Chaz Firestone at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, where I also collaborate with Shari Liu. Broadly, I study visual perception and cognition. I am especially interested in exploring the distinction between content and form in the mind.

In 2023, I graduated from Yale University, where I studied Statistics & Data Science. During this time, I worked with several different researchers, including Frank Keil (Yale), Steven Franconeri (Northwestern), and Tomer Ullman (Harvard), among others.

Beyond research, I love basketball (and have been a lifelong Celtics fan), producing music, and performing stand-up comedy.