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 9), Clementine (age 6) and Florence (age 1).
The webpage for Virginia Operator Theory and Complex Analysis Meeting will be available soon. It’s at Washington and Lee this year!