My research focuses on the intersection of Black geographies, critical environmental justice, political ecology, and critical physical geography. Through my work, I aim to foreground Black life, sense of place, and relationships to the environment within spaces of present-day environmental injustice. My research also highlights the mutual experiences of degradation and survival between subaltern communities and their surrounding ecologies through the integration of Black geographies and critical physical geography, specifically analyzing trees. This research is currently focused on Texas, and will soon expand to various sites across the Black diaspora. My work has been published in Local Environment, Professional Geographer, and the Annals of the American Association of Geographers.