headshot_alphaWelcome! I’m a geographer for a government agency in New Orleans, La. I have a background in CAD, GIS, Web design/ development, programming, data visualization and recently developing unmanned aerial systems (sUAS). I am very interested in the geography and geology of southeast Louisiana. My work and studies have me evolved with navigation on our inland waterways, wetland loss, coastal erosion/ restoration, and the effects of those things on the people who live here.

I have lived in the New Orleans area for most of my life and have literally watched the land disappear over the years.  It’s scary when an area a few miles from your house was once land and now it’s completely submerged in water.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.



50 Years of Land Loss in Southeast Louisiana – 1956 to 2006. In the last 50 years Louisiana’s coast and its barrier islands have greatly bee affected directly and indirectly by natural and man-made events. Using various authoritative data sources this map depicts the loss of land from 1956 to 2006.

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