At work, I’m the lead for the NASA Meteoroid Environment Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center, located in Huntsville, Alabama. My specialty is meteoroids (bet you couldn’t guess) with emphasis on the risks posed to spacecraft by this natural debris. If you ever see a meteor shower forecast for a spacecraft, it’s probably my work – I have spent a great deal of time forecasting Leonid activity for satellites and ground observers over the past few years.

Off duty, I indulge myself in my rocket hobby, devour books on history and Bronze age archaeology, especially ancient Egypt, and play World of Warcraft.