I am an archaeological anthropologist focused on the study of Late Archaic and Woodland period coastal foragers in the southeastern United States. Specifically, I examine the trajectories and transitions of cultural behaviors and practices through time, focusing on landscape use, social relations, changing dynamics, and shared practices. My current geographic area of focus is the Atlantic coastal plain, concentrating in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Within my research I employ material culture analyses (ceramic materials in particular), geophysical survey, as well as aerial remote sensing such as LiDAR, and incorporate GIS. My other general areas of interest are archaeometry, behavioral ecology, moral ecology, and anarchist theory.