I’m a Postdoctoral Teaching and Learning Fellow in the Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia, where I’m working as part of UBC’s Flexible Learning Initiative to implement flipped classrooms and other innovative teaching methods in undergraduate linguistics classes.

My primary research interests are in prosody and the syntax-phonology interface. My current SSHRC-funded research project investigates the prosody and intonation of Kwak’wala, a critically endangered First Nations language spoken in British Columbia. I also have a continuing interest in the prosody of Irish, and I have previously worked on the phonology of the First Nations language Blackfoot.