Greetings, traveler! I am known as Avery, but I have many names. I’m twenty-five years old and I have a deep passion for a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to:
- climate science
- data science
- human nature
- media analysis
- sustainable agriculture
Here at Resonant Echo, I write about whatever I want, more often than not presented in stream-of-consciousness form. If you’re looking for well-researched, or hell, even well-thought-out entries, this is seldom (but not never) where you will find them. As the title suggests, I am merely sounding a bell in the corner of this world wide web and seeing how far the resonance happens to reach. If you’re reading this, congratulations: you’re the echo.
I live in western Massachusetts with my platonic life partner Nico and our cat Holly, where we are hoping to plant roots over the next few years. I am studying Geography and Geographic Information Systems Technology at UMass Amerst in pursuit of an eventual graduate education.
If I’m doing anything at all, I’m probably watching YouTube, listening to music, journaling, reading, taking a walk, or spending time with the many important people in my life. Alongside blogging, I also write a fair amount of fictional short stories, personal poetry, and have written a novel that hopefully will turn into a trilogy someday. I promise you, a lot more thought went into that than goes into these entries.