My research area is the function theory of several complex variables. My original interest in the subject was in the function theory of square-integrable holomorphic functions—otherwise known as Bergman spaces—as well as boundary regularity of holomorphic mappings. This naturally led to an interest in the Bergman kernel function, the valuable $\bar\partial$-Neumann operator, and well as the so-called Wiegerinck problem: Is the dimension (as a vector space) of the Bergman space of a pseudoconvex domain infinite whenever it is nontrivial? It was on these topics which I wrote my dissertation. Since starting as a postdoctoral fellow at Western University, I have developed an interest in polynomial and rational convexity and their generalizations to Stein and complex projective manifolds.

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