Morgan is a skilled mechanical engineer with robust, client-facing technical consulting experience. He has a keen interest in fluid mechanics. Every stroke of his paddle when canoeing produces a unique pattern of randomized vortex shedding, creating miniature maelstroms in the two-phase medium (algae + water), and displaying its wondrous viscosity and surface tension creating fluidic lateral adhesion as it coats the paddle and forms droplets off its end (probably splashing the other occupants of the canoe) . We can just imagine the glorious math floating around in Morgan’s imagination.

“As one goes through life, one learns that if you don’t paddle your own canoe, you don’t move.”

Katharine Hepburn