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Boston, MA 02130


I am a research assistant currently studying evolution and reinforcement in Texas wildflowers, though I am interested in life of all shapes and sizes. I can usually be found in the research greenhouses, caring for Phlox as we investigate its flowering characteristics and mating systems. I am passionate about environmental storytelling, visual art, and other creative forms of scientific communication. My previous work focuses on cherry blossoms as indicators in more-than-human environments, revealing change and transformation in cultural, political, and ecological worlds. I continue to explore the power of plants in telling stories about the environment, with a focus on transformative practices, radical communication, and community justice.