I am a philosopher specializing in philosophy of mind and action, particularly where these overlap with issues in  moral psychology.
I did my graduate work at McGill University where I defended my dissertation in December 2020. During Fall 2019 I was a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I work primarily on non-standard beliefs (i.e. beliefs that do not respond to evidence). This has led me to explore issues in self-deception and more recently to examine conspiratorial beliefs.

I have been a member of the Interuniversity Research Group on Normativity (GRIN), of which I was the coordinator in 2016-2017, and a member of the Research Center for Ethics (CRE).

Outside of my day job, I also enjoy doing some public philosophy. I am a regular columnist at The Prindle Post, where I write about ethics, and I  recently published a piece for The Conversation on why good character testimonies do not constitute a defence for sexual harassment. Since 2017 I have been one of the hosts of a weekly radio show on air on CFMB1280, where I have had the opportunity to talk philosophy with a wider audience