I am a Junior Research Fellow in Philosophy at St Hilda's College, University of Oxford. My main interests lie at the intersections of philosophy of mind, philosophy of action, and epistemology. Most of my research is on self-knowledge. I also work on certain topics in ethics, including love, moral knowledge, and moral psychology. Historical figures that inform my work include Kant, Wittgenstein, Ryle, Sartre, and Murdoch.
I received my BA in philosophy from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine and my PhD from the University of Pittsburgh. My dissertation was titled "Four Essays on Self-Knowledge" because that's what it was. My supervisors were John McDowell and Kieran Setiya. I came to Oxford at the start of 2016.
I grew up in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, at the foothills of the White Mountains. Currently I live in Oxford with my wife, Katelyn, another Yankee, and our two sons, one a Yinzer with a slight English accent and the other an Oxonian who mostly grunts and squeaks.
My CV is available here.