Program on Climate Change (PCC), University of Washington 

Committee on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography


Making the esoteric pertinent: a talk with Inez Fung

  • I conducted an interview with Inez Fung, professor of atmospheric science at the University of California, Berkeley, about the future of climate and climate change research, climate communication, and her colleague Piers Sellers.

An emerging scientist explores the intersection of climate activism and science

  • I conducted an interview with Bill McKibben, famed environmentalist and co-founder of, on where climate communication and science intersect.


The future of Arctic sea ice


American Alpine Club

  • Illustrator

    • ​Designed a t-shirt depicting "The Diamond" on Longs Peak in Colorado and illustrated iconic landscapes across the United States for a regional clothing line.

  • 2018 AAC Research Grant

    • Deriving elevation change, validating GPRI-derived glacier velocities, and using citizen science to enrich public awareness of regional climate change on Mt. Baker, WA (co-awarded with Andrew Hoffman)


Backpacker Magazine


Climbing Magazine

Arctic Shifts 

  • Arctic Shifts is a short animation being created by Anna Lindemann, an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut. The animation focuses on complex changes in ecosystems and physical landscapes occurring in the Arctic, the region of our planet most affected by climate change and highlights changes to phytoplankton life cycles and past and future changes to Arctic sea ice. Arctic Shifts will illuminate interconnected microscopic and macroscopic processes resulting from climate change. The animation uses real climate data and will be on display at the NCAR Mesa Lab for public viewing. I'm serving as scientific advisor for this project.


Scientific illustrations