About Me

Welcome! I am a PhD student in NYU’s Department of Linguistics working under Liina Pylkkänen‘s advisement.

Using magnetoencephalography (MEG) and psycholinguistic methods (e.g. eye-tracking, reaction times), my current projects focus on how bilinguals process code-switching and single-language expressions. This work feeds into broader questions I have about the relationship between language processing models and linguistic theory.

I am currently associated with the following labs at NYU: NeLLab, Child Language Lab, and SocioLab.

I was one of the organizers for NWAV47.
I was also one of the organizers for the first ever (and maybe only?) LIPI.

I also moonlight as a photographer! See my general body of work here or of linguists here.