I work jointly between Harvard and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University in the field of observational geodynamics. My research encompasses problems related to the structure, deformation, and flow of Earth's mantle. Geological processes include mantle convection, glacial isostatic adjustment, and lithospheric deformation, and I use tools including seismology, landscape evolution, geochemistry, sediment stratigraphy, and the elevation of sea-level markers. Recently, my work has been focusing on building models of 3D Earth structure for sea-level modelling and investigating the genesis of sediment-hosted metal deposits in sedimentary basins surrounding thick lithosphere. For more info, please check out my personal website.