I am currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (website: https://techethics.nd.edu). I earned a PhD in philosophy from the University of Connecticut in June 2022 under the doctoral supervision of Michael P. Lynch, Susan Schneider, and Heather Battaly. Before attending Uconn, I received a BA in philosophy from the College of William & Mary, where I graduated summa cum laude as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society in May 2017. My areas of specialization include Philosophy of Technology, Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy of Mind, Applied Ethics, and Virtue Epistemology. I also have teaching competencies in Normative Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. This website contains a description of my research projects and links to my published papers (the research page), an overview of my teaching experience and sample syllabi (the teaching page), a copy of my academic resume (the CV page), and an episode feed of my podcast Tent Talks, which features interviews with academics and solo musings on philosophical topics that interest me (the public philosophy page).