I am a PhD candidate in sociocultural anthropology at the University of Arizona. I see my dissertation as contributing to two major fields: the anthropology of prison and the anthropology of masculinity. I recently completed 15 months of ethnographic fieldwork with prisoners who fight wildfires, examining the meanings of skilled labor for incarcerated men. I utilize a mixed-methods approach, with photography being a central component to my ethnographic technique. I have designed and implemented two individual research projects and worked for four years with the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology. In addition to being a Teaching Assistant for three years, I have been an Instructor of Record twice. Once, for a 160 person introductory course on race and the American dream, and the second time for a 20 person undergraduate/graduate seminar on gender and social identity. You will find more detailed information about my academic work, community engagements, and personal ethos throughout the website. For questions or for speaking engagements, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the email icon at the top of the page.