I am a professor of geography at Antelope Valley College in Lancaster, California, USA. I teach all things geography – physical, human, and technical. Much of my industry background has revolved around field research in both cultural and natural resource management as well as geographic information systems (GIS) implementation and management in those fields as well as in local government.
Graduate school rekindled an interest in human geography and the greater humanities, which I have been researching primarily in the field of mobilities studies. I am currently exploring what I see as the ideology of American automobility and how it relates to our ability to deal with climate change, how Batman and Charles Bronson both reflect and produce urban decay, and Michel Foucault’s role in the Flint, Michigan water crisis.