Jeramy joined the Russell lab in the fall of 2019. Prior to joining the group, Jeramy received his bachelor’s degree in Meteorology (2018) and master’s degree in Ocean Science and Technology (2019), both from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Jeramy currently researches the impacts of marine and continental aerosols on cloud formation, persistence, and interaction with solar radiation using long-term observations in remote regions. With this work, he hopes to help climate modelers reduce the high uncertainty that remains in modeling aerosol-cloud interactions by providing improved process-level understanding of aerosol impacts on clouds. In his free time, Jeramy enjoys listening and playing music on his violin, bass, or handbells, exercising, and relaxing on the beach to become one with the ocean.