I am a Ph.D. student in Astrophysics at the Cosmic DAWN Center in Copenhagen. My research involves studying distant galaxies in the early Universe to figure out how and when they evolved into the galaxies we see in our nearby Universe. I work on a range of projects under this broad topic of galaxy evolution, including estimating the physical conditions of the gas within an early galaxy, calculating the spatial separations between stars and interstellar media in a statistical sample of galaxies, and analysing the morphology of some enigmatic bright, compact objects (Lyman-alpha emitters). My projects employ several premier telescopes across the world and beyond it, such as the Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile, and the Hubble and James-Webb telescopes out in space. In doing this work, I hope to one day understand why the Universe is the way it is, and how it came to be.