I'm a Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley's Kavli Center for Ethics, Science, and the Public. I have a PhD in philosophy from Princeton University.

My research focuses on the significance of time and possibility in moral and political philosophy. Our lives are situated between the past and the future, unfold over time, could have gone better, and might be radically transformed by technology. My work seeks to illuminate how these kinds of features affect what is valuable and what we have reasons to do. Much of this work concerns four related topics: preservation of value, well-being, the ethics of technology, and the future of humanity.