I graduated in 1988 from U.C. Davis with a BS in Physiology. After working as a lab/histology tech in Massachusetts for 12 years, I began teaching Science in 2001 at (Worcester) North HS in Massachusetts. I've had the pleasure of teaching a number of subjects including Biology, Chem, Physics, AP Bio, AP Chem, AP Physics, Integrated Science, Algebra, and Geometry, and I've been lucky enough to co-teach a couple of those subjects with an amazing colleague: Kevin Rus. Currently (2020-2021), I'm teaching AP Biology, Chemistry, Electronics, and Anatomy & Physiology.
My hobbies/interests include music--I play in a number of groups: the Northwest Wind Symphony (Centralia College), the South Sound Saxophone Ensemble (PLU), the Olympia Jazz Tentette, and No Strings Attached (a saxophone quartet). I also dabble in amateur photography, genealogy, and Taekwondo. My overriding passion, however, is science and nature and sharing the beauty and wonder of science and nature with my students.
1st Period: Electronics 2nd Period: Chemistry 3rd Period: Planning Lunch 4th Period: Chemistry 5th Period: AP Biology 6th Period: Anatomy