About me 



From January – May 2018 I will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, teaching Introduction to Ethics and The Limits of Consciousness. I recently finished my PhD in Philosophy at the University of Toronto. Before that, I studied Cognitive Science at Carleton University.

Most of my work is about the nature of attention, the methodology of the study of attention, and the various ways that attention can alter consciousness. My approach to this kind of work is interdisciplinary and empirically informed. I’ve also recently started work on two new projects – one about accessibility in education, and one about the scientific study of romantic love. 

When I’m not doing philosophy, I might be learning new recipes or playing boardgames.