I earned a B.A. in math from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 2002 and a Ph.D from the University of South Carolina in 2006. At USC, I studied under George Androulakis. My first academic position was at Amherst College, where I was a visiting assistant professor for one year. After this, for six years, I was an assistant then associate professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. In the spring of 2011, I traveled to Athens, Greece on a Fulbright Research Grant where I worked with Spiros Argyros at the National Technical University of Athens. Some of the photos we took during our time abroad are available to view online.
My wife, Rachel, and I have three children: Gabriel (age 8), Clementine (age 5) and Florence (age <1).
The webpage for Virginia Operator Theory and Complex Analysis Meeting is now available. It’s at UVa this year!