About Me

I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Chicago in the Awh/Vogel Lab studying visual working memory, the visual information maintained online for ongoing perception and cognition. Previously, I completed my PhD at the University of Sydney under the supervision of Alex Holcombe and Patrick Goodbourn.

I am also passionate about improving science through reproducible and open practices. I founded the ReproducibiliTea journal club at the University of Chicago (see my most recent YouTube video below) and am an instructor with The Carpentries to teach introductory coding and data science skills.


On this website, you will find preprints of my publications, my conference posters and my conference talk slides. I hope to add blog posts and other content in the future! The best way to follow me is via my Twitter: