I have spent the majority of my career studying tree
frogs. I started in evolutionary biology at the Universities of Georgia and Texas and became interested in neuroethology during a postdoc at Cornell. Nearly all of our work has used behavioral approaches, with results that address both evolutionary and neuroethological questions.
In my spare time I love to be in nature, where I take lots of photos, make videos for classes, and audio recordings for a variety of purposes. My work and pleasure have taken me to many countries (Australia is almost a second home), where I have lots of good friends and colleagues.