I practice a kind of linguisticized metaphysics. I work at the intersection of metaphysics, philosophy of language, and pragmatism.
I'm pursuing my doctorate in philosophy at MIT. I work with Steve Yablo on the topic of grounding pluralism. Before coming to MIT, I attended UNC Chapel Hill.
Outside of philosophy, I read and write a lot. (I wish I had more interesting hobbies like deep sea diving or volunteering at free schools, but I don't.)