I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Agricultural and Resource Economics Department at the University of California, Davis. My research focuses on understanding how immigrant-induced changes in the labor supply affect various outcomes in the United States, including the labor market outcomes of low-skilled native-born workers, economic growth, and agricultural production. I am currently studying why immigrant farmworkers are leaving the farm workforce and how this affects farming decisions and labor-intensive agricultural production in California. I am an affiliate of the U.C. Davis Migration Research Cluster, which has recently expanded into the U.C. Davis Global Migration Center. I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Economics (with highest honors) in 2015 and a Master's Degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics in 2016 (both from U.C. Davis). I currently live in Roseville, California with my wife Rebekah and our little dog Chloe. If you would like to learn more about me or my research, please explore the other pages on this website by clicking the tabs at the top of your screen.