Petrographic and Isotopic analysis of Mississippi Valley Type (MVT) deposits in Western Canada
I received my B.Sc (Honours) from McMaster University coupled with a minor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). I completed an honour's thesis on the thin-bedded facies architecture of the Cretaceous Gallup Sandstone Formation in New Mexico, USA, before shifting my focus to economic geology in my Master's at Laurentian. My work has focusses on better understanding ore systems through traditional and novel approaches. I am a certified Geologist in Training (GIT) and have experience in various project stages, from grassroots exploration to production, in precious and base metals. I have a keen interest in mineral exploration, the capital markets, and the integration of new mining technologies with comprehensive and practical geological methods.