I’m a fifth-year doctoral candidate at Texas Tech University studying Medieval Literature with a concentration in Early British and a secondary focus in Digital Humanities and History of the Book. My work in book history included an apprenticeship in letterpress printing. Additionally, I am assistant to the Editor for the peer-reviewed journal The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe. I currently guest lecture in a Book History course.

Current research interests include codicology, twelfth century receptions of natural phenomena, ecocritical approaches to space in Middle English romances, chorography and the spatial turn, and depictions of miracles and wonders in the works of Gerald of Wales as well as other twelfth and thirteenth-century writers along the Welsh Marches.

This site serves as a collective web presence. I may update from time to time about conferences and other activities.