I am a psychologist, aircraft owner and avid pilot. I graduated from the University of Denver with two graduate degrees in psychology in 1990 and 1994. My specialty practices are in aviation neuropsychology and forensic psychology. My offices are in Broomfield, Colorado (Rocky Mountain Metro Airport) and Laramie, Wyoming. I reside in Laramie and commute between locations in my Aviat Husky A-1B bush plane.
I maintain my ongoing education in aviation psychology and neuropsychological testing through the HIMS program and the annual aeromedical psychology conference. I administer the CogScreen-Aeromedical Edition test to pilots who seek renewals of their Special Issuance, and provide virtually every type of psychological and neuropsychological evaluation required by the FAA. I provide forensic consultation to attorneys working on aviation-related legal cases. I am also a certified human factors analyst.
My aviation activities are focused on "bush flying" and backcountry operations. I am a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the National Business Aviation Association, the Experimental Aviation Association, the Recreational Aviation Foundation, and four other state pilots' associations in the western US. I am a certified to provide introductory Young Eagles flights through EAA, and served as President of the Laramie Flying Club from 2016 to 2019.