In general, I work in theoretical evolutionary ecology. In particular, I'm investigating the sources and consequences of spatial heterogeneity.

Even though my training is in pure mathematics, I was a postdoctoral research associate in the Webb lab and with PRIMES, the program for interdisciplinary mathematics, ecology and statistics. This article in Nature says a tiny bit about how I came to be there.


My work makes approximately equal use of pure mathematics and computer simulations, all informed by ecology. You can get a very good idea of what I'm doing by looking at these simulations yourself. Caveat: If your web browser isn't Java-enabled, this won't be much fun.