The above animation shows the dynamical plane (on the left) for the rational map with n = 4 and d = 3 as the parameter (on the right) begins in the center of a Sierpinski hole, passes through a Mandelbrot set, and ends in the Cantor Set Locus.

While earning a Masters in Mathematics for Teachers at Western New England College (University now), Thomas Hull was kind enough to let me work on Flat Vertex Fold Sequences with him. It is published in Origami 5.

I am currently studying complex dynamics with Bob Devaney. He is awesome. Specifically, we are examining structures in the parameter plane for singularly perturbed complex rational maps.