I am a graduate student in philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My main research interests are in (meta)ethics and political philosophy. I'm very interested in wellbeing—both what it is, and how we can promote it—and a relatively new area in philosophy called "conceptual engineering".
Prior to coming to UNC, I earned my undergraduate degree at the University of California, Los Angeles, and then travelled across the Atlantic for a Master's at Oxford University. My thesis for the latter degree was supervised by Guy Kahane and is titled "Metaethical Revisionism: A Response to Error Theory". Here is my CV.
Some of my non-philosophical interests are: travel, the roasting of coffee beans and brewing of espresso, and powerlifting.