I am a second year graduate student in the Department of Astronomy at The Ohio State University. I am currently working with Prof. Kris Stanek and  Prof. Chris Kochanek on the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae (ASAS-SN), an all-sky optical survey that regularly monitors the whole sky down to V~17 (g~18) mag. My interests lie in the stars (quite literally) and I discover, characterize and study variable stars using data from ASAS-SN and other all-sky photometric surveys like 2MASS, ALLWISE and Gaia. I am also the technical lead for the popular citizen-science initiative: The Milky Way Project, whose main goal is to catalog mid-infrared phenomena like bubbles and bow shocks seen through the eyes of the Spitzer space telescope.

In my spare time, I build computers, watch anime and enjoy life, one second at a time.