About

I’m an assistant professor at Northeastern University. Previously, I was an assistant professor at Bowling Green State University. My work focuses on issues in ethics, applied ethics, and philosophy of biology. I was born in upstate New York (Dryden) but spent my formative years in Boston. I attended Northeastern University and graduated in 2006. In 2011, I completed my Ph.D in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

In addition to philosophy, I have lots of hobbies, or, at least, lots of former hobbies! These include playing basketball, playing frisbee, bouldering, playing video games, brewing (and drinking coffee), drinking (and making) wine, hiking, and playing foosball. Most of these have fallen by the wayside, but I’ve mostly still got my foosball game. Persistent hobbies include spending time with my partner, Evelyn, and my dog, Arya.

Someday this website will include a picture of me in deep concentration, but not this day!.

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