I am an NSF postdoctoral fellow at the University of New Mexico focused on seismically imaging the crustal structure below the Yellowstone supervolcano. To do this, I use a combination of traditional ambient noise tomography and full waveform inversion. The high resolution seismic models may help advance the debate about how much melt is present in Yellowstone's magma reservoir, and where Yellowstone is in its volcanic life-cycle. I am also working as a collaborating scientist on NASA's InSight mission to Mars, which has been generating exciting new results about the Martian interior. The commonality among all of my research is that I use a combination of both data driven and computational approaches to improve our understanding of the interior of Earth and other planets and Moons in our solar system.