About Me

I was born on April 12, 2002 in St. Louis, Missouri, but I moved around a lot in my early childhood because of my parents' jobs. At one point or another, I lived in New York City, Hartford, and Chattanooga; but by fifth grade I settled down on Cape Cod, where I attended middle and high school. In 2020, I graduated Nauset Regional High School and began college at Northeastern University in Boston, where I am pursuing  a degree in mathematics, philosophy, and history with minors in economics and English.

Drummer Boy Park in Brewster, MA,
where I grew up.
Cicero's De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum,
a text I really enjoyed studying.

In history, I tend to focus on ancient and early modern Europe with foci in Spain and Rome; in philosophy, I am particularly interested in the study of ethics, metaethics, and emotions; and in mathematics, I typically pursue analysis and statistics courses that can be applied to other disciplines like economics and computer science. I also enjoy the theoretical side of mathematics though.

Outside of my studies, my favorite book series is Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians and my second-favorite is J. Michael Stracyznski's The Amazing Spider-Man (2001-2007). I'm also a big fan of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Sherlock Holmes, and half a dozen other series and individual titles. When I'm with my friends, I like to go to cafés, go on walks, do escape rooms, etc.

Rick Riordan,
the author of Percy Jackson & The Olympians.