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November 15, 2018

Some would say, by the categorically unpleasant weather of 20 degrees and bone chilling rain, that we missed the camping season. I say, there's no time like the present! And also, adversity shmashmershity, time to get creative to survive! Plus, all that's left is jell-...

December 1, 2017

 In a jungle of man-made, how nice to glance at things that breathe that also aren't attempting to cat-walk straight through you. (I almost lost an appendage. Offender not photographed except in my nightmares.) Much nicer to perusers, this glorious little tribute was a...

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A barefoot, orange blossom baby of Central Florida dives into Environmental Biochemistry.

A call to the wild ways of the outdoors gave me an inexhaustible curiosity for the study of life from the cells which we came from to the collective ecosystem that is our planet. My findings have given me respect for the irrefutable ways in which our world is interconnected. Interdisciplinary training in Biological Sciences and Physical Chemistry has prepared me with the fundamental skills to interpret the wellbeing of humans and our Environment.