Below are my accepted and submitted papers. At the end of each reference is a link that says What's the deal?. There, you'll find a (less than) one page description of the paper, written for a general mathematical audience. Accessibility is the point, so if you find any of the deals difficult to follow, don't hesitate to shoot me an email!
Accepted Papers

Induced Poset Saturation with Michael Ferrara, Lucas Kramer, Ryan Martin, Benjamin Reiniger, Heather Smith, and Eric Sullivan. Accepted to Discrete Mathematics . What's the deal?

The minimum number of edges in uniform hypergraphs with Property O with Dwight Duffus and Vojtěch Rödl. Accepted to Combinatorics, Probability, and Computing. (9 pages). What's the deal?

Graham's Tree Reconstruction Conjecture and a Waringtype problem on partitions with Joshua Cooper and Anton Swifton. Accepted to the Journal of Combinatorics. (21 pages). What's the deal?

The chromatic number of finite typegraphs
with Christian Avart, Christian Reiher, and Vojtěch Rödl. Accepted to the Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B . What's the deal?

Graph odometry with Aaron Dutle . Accepted to Discrete Applied Mathematics . What's the deal?

Bounds on the maximum number of minimum dominating sets with Samuel Connolly, Zachary Gabor, Anant Godbole , and Thomas Kelly. Accepted to Discrete Mathematics . What's the deal?

Contributions to the theory of de Bruijn cycles with André Campbell and Anant Godbole . Accepted to INTEGERS . What's the deal?

Covering npermutations with (n+1)permutations with Taylor Allison, Anant Godbole, and Theo Hawley. Accepted to the Electronic Journal of Combinatorics. What's the deal?

On universal cycles of labeled graphs with Greg Brockman and Emma Snively. Accepted to the Electronic Journal of Combinatorics. What's the deal?

Contributions to Seymour's Second Neighborhood Conjecture with James Brantner , Greg Brockman , and Emma Snively. Accepted to Involve . What's the deal?
(Nearly) Submitted Papers