Remember Your Dreams

I am a skilled communicator, writer, and editor, with knack for distilling complex information into relatable and engaging content. I have a passion for science communication and outreach. Science shouldn't be intimidating - it's one of the best ways to explore our wonderful, fascinating universe.


I completed my PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Toronto. My thesis focused on understanding a population of surprisingly compact galaxies that existed when the universe was younger, but appear to be missing in our present-day universe. I combined large data sets from telescopic surveys and used wrote code that used statistical methods to analyze the age distributions of the galaxy populations.

I received my BSc in Astrophysics and my MSc in Astronomy from the University of Western Ontario. For my master's thesis, I studied active galactic nuclei (also known as quasars), the actively accreting supermassive black holes at the centres of some galaxies.

Throughout my MSc and PhD, I worked as a teaching and curriculum development assistant for many undergraduate-level courses.

After obtaining my PhD, I worked as an Outreach Scientist at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, where I facilitated workshops and shared the excitement of modern physics with teachers and students. 

I then moved to Perimeter's Publications, Grants and Awards team, where I was the Senior Scientific Writer/Editor, Grants and Awards lead. There, I wrote and edited feature stories on Perimeter's research while supporting the research community with grant applications and award nominations. 

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