Read more about my research cloud feedbacks and how clouds interact with aerosols and radiation.
I defended my PhD in July 2023 in the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering at Caltech. I worked with Tapio Schneider studying boundary layer clouds and their interactions with greenhouse gases, aerosols, and radiation.
I am broadly interested in the role of clouds in the climate system. I have previously worked on the role of convection and monsoons in troposphere-stratosphere exchange of trace atmospheric constituents like water vapor. Currently, I study how Earth's energy budget and how clouds interact with large-scale atmospheric circulations. I use global climate models, pencil-and-paper theory, high-resolution large-eddy models, and satellite observations in my research. In my free time, you can find me playing with my cat Stella, exploring the food scene of NYC, or escaped to the mountains to hike/ski.