I recently completed my PhD in philosophy from the University of Colorado, Boulder.  I work primarily at the intersection of ethics and decision theory, on the problem of moral uncertainty, though I also have research interests in political philosophy and applied ethics, especially environmental ethics and bioethics.  

I am currently employed as a lecturer at the University of Colorado, Boulder.  I love teaching, and have several years experience teaching undergraduates on topics from political philosophy to environmental justice to military ethics.

When I'm not doing philosophy, I enjoy spending time with wife and two daughters, hiking, skiing, or watching baseball.