About Me

  • Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, affiliated with the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
  • Currently working on modeling fleet dynamics within the Alaska Climate Integrated Modeling (ACLIM) project.
  • Interested in environmental and natural resource economics and policy. Primarily working on fisheries economics, but I also study climate change perception and policy support and cooperative networks of stakeholders to manage environmental systems.
  • Grew up in Colorado and received a B.A. in economics, political science, and international affairs from the University of Colorado in Boulder; and a M.S. in mineral and energy economics from the Colorado School of Mines.


  • I live in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle with my wife and two cats.

Current Projects

  • Adapting a random bidding model to estimate willingness-to-pay for fishing quota.
  • California Dungeness Crab harvester response to harmful algal blooms.
  • Alaskan Bering Sea fleet dynamics.

Recent Highlights