I work on metaphysics (metaphysical explanation and grounding), philosophy of language (non-representational theories of meaning), and pragmatism (pragmatic theories of truth, meaning, and knowledge).
I'm a doctorate student in philosophy at MIT. In my dissertation, I sketch and defend a pluralist theory of metaphysical grounding. My main supervisor is Steve Yablo. Before coming to MIT, I attended UNC Chapel Hill.
What I do outside of philosophy? Cooking, weightlifting, and volunteering.
This website was last updated in June 2016.