I'm a co-host and lead builder on the Science Channel television show Street Science. It's a fantastic team of people passionate about science and sharing the love of it with the world. I am able to use my aerospace engineering background and communication skills to share scientific concepts using examples anyone could understand. I also run the Street Science build shop - designing the science demonstrations used for the show and leading an awesome team of builders in fabricating those demos.
My experience designing and building science demonstrations for television goes beyond Street Science. Since October 2017 I've been the primary science consultant for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. I work with the team at NBC to design and build science demonstrations which resident science expert Kevin Delaney uses to entertain and educate the Tonight Show audience.
Before my time in television I spent five years working as a civilian in the U.S. Air Force, where I was a 'Weapons Test Engineer' - I designed, planned, and executed complex weapon tests. That experience gave me the skills I needed to conduct large, dangerous science demonstrations in a safe and controlled way.
I attended Auburn University for both my Bachelor and Master's degrees, both of which are in Aerospace Engineering.
I'm always looking for new projects, so don't hesitate to contact me if you think I'm right for the job!