I’m a graduate student at Brandeis University working in philosophy.
My primary research interests lie at the intersections of metaphysics, metametaphysics, the philosophy of space and time, and the philosophy of language. I also have side interests in the philosophy of art and aesthetics.
Before Brandeis, I worked as an editor and published art criticism for four years in New York City. And before that, I received my BFA in studio art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
I can be reached by email here.
- “Fleshy and Fictional Non-existents” (2016)
- “The Atemporal Infinite” (2016)
- “Continuity and Mereological Essentialism” (2015)
- “Without Matter, Without Things” (2015)†
- “On Korman on Apprehending the Facts” (2015)
- “On Isabelle Graw’s Concept of Painting” (2015)
- “Location and Sort” (2015)†
- “Versions of an Artwork” (2015)†
- “Medium-specificity without Modernism” (2015)†
Drafts available upon request; comments are welcome