I am a cartographer interested in UX/UI, design, art, biogeography, and climate change. I am currently launching the latest iteration of PSU Geography's cartographic production laboratory.
I hold a PhD in Geography from Penn State, where I conducted my dissertation research on designing tactile maps for blind and low vision users. In a professional capacity, I have created maps for a diverse range of clients and venues, including books published by Stanford University Press and The University of Chicago press, academic research articles, conference presentations, grant applications, and compliance reports.
Topical interests include biogeography, movement ecology, ornithology, logistics, virtual and augmented reality, mixed media maps, early digital cartography, and geospatial visualization in landscape architecture.
Upcoming Course Offerings
|Spring 2, 2024||GEOG 486: Cartography and Visualization|