I am a boundary-layer meteorologist. I study the physical processes affecting the exchange of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and heat between the Earth's surface and the atmosphere. Over the years I have had the opportunity to conduct field experiments in many exciting regions, including Antarctica, the Canadian Arctic, the Rocky Mountains, and the Northwoods of Wisconsin. I currently work at NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory researching boundary layer meteorology using uncrewed aerial systems (UAS). I live in Colorado with my wife and three young children. I am excited to be a parent and to continue exploring with work and with my family.