• B.A., Wesleyan University
  • M.A., Georgia State University


I pursue questions that fall at the intersection of philosophy of language and philosophy of mind, especially those that inform and are informed by the cognitive sciences. I’m broadly interested in the topic of representation: how representations function as components of cognitive and social structures, as well as the role of representation as an explanatory tool in philosophy and the cognitive sciences. I’m particularly interested in investigating these topics as they relate to embodiment and social practices. When I’m not doing philosophy, I spend my time rock climbing or playing and writing music.