I am a Vermonter, born and raised. When I'm not doing mathematics, I tend to spend my time outdoors. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, cycling, gardening during the summers and snowboarding in the winter.
My research interests lie mainly in algebra and geometry. In particular, I am interested in derived categories, homological and homotopical algebra, and model categories. I am especially interested in applying abstract homotopical methods to the study of derived categories in algebraic geometry.
You can find general information about me on my Curriculum Vitae. For more specific information about my research program and my teaching, take a look at my Research Statement and my Teaching Statement. Information about my current and previous courses can be found on my Teaching Page.