Gabriel received his B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2018. He has excavation experience in central Texas, the Western Cape of South Africa, and Malawi. He has also worked in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) and for the U.S. Forest Service as an archaeology intern in Nantahala National Forest. Gabriel is interested in using geographic information systems and remote sensing, specifically ground penetrating radar, in archaeological investigations. Using these technologies, he has done work on Archaic shell rings in South Carolina, Mississippian and historic sites in Mississippi, and a historically Black cemetery in Alabama. Gabriel's major professor is Dr. Shawn Lambert. Other research interests include North American Archaeology, Experimental Archaeology, and Indigenous Archaeology.