I am a third year Astrophysics and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering dual PhD student and NSF Graduate Fellow at Michigan State University working with Sean Couch. I am also currently a visiting researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory withing with Jonah Miller to study collapsars. My work involves high-fidelity modeling of core-collapse supernovae and related phenomena and the implementation of high-order numerical methods. Broadly, I am interested in numerical relativity, high-order numerical methods, multi-physics problems, and the development of open-source scientific software. As a first generation college student, I am passionate about advocating for other first generation students. Outside of work, I enjoy hiking, nature photography, and perfecting my coffee brew.