I recently completed my PhD in philosophy at NYU. Starting fall 2019, I'll be an assistant professor of philosophy at USC.
I work mostly on questions in normative ethics and the theory of value. My interests in those areas include the ethics of population, distribution, and risk; incommensurable and vague value relations; the normative significance of various cognitive biases and violations of expected utility theory; and the nature, content, and importance of well-being. I am also interested in reasons, propositions, and questions.