I am an NSF Postdoctoral Scholar working in Mike Lamb's research group at Caltech. My research uses simulations of glacial isostatic adjustment and non-traditional sea-level records to revise models of both ice growth and decay. I explore how landscapes respond to solid Earth deformation over the ice age in order to use histories of erosion or deposition as a constraint on past ice sheets. In addition, I quantify how sediment erosion and deposition influence observed regional sea-level. By integrating global and local processes of sea-level change I work on reconciling paleo-sea-level observations with model calculations, with the goal of refining global and regional ice volumes over glacial timescales.