I moved to Tucson in February 2007 from Chile, where I was a CTIO staff astronomer. I spend much of my time doing doing research, such as studying the stellar populations of the Magellanic Clouds and the Local Group as well as the globular cluster systems of more distant galaxies. I am now part of the NOAO Gemini Science Center, for which I help US astronomers make the best use of Gemini's adaptive optics capabilities (Altair on Gemini North, with MCAO soon to come to Gemini South) and optical spectroscopy with GMOS. I am also involved in plans for the WFMOS spectrograph, and have worked on the GSMT and LSST projects to help plan stellar populations science for those telescopes. More to come!