​I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at North Carolina State University. Recently, I was a Research Associate on the ERC project "Truth and Semantics" at the University of Bristol. I earned my PhD in philosophy from MIT. Before that, I studied as an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame.

​​I work primarily on philosophical logic, mathematical logic, metaphysics, and the philosophy of language. I'm especially interested in Boolean-valued models, vagueness and indeterminacy, semantic paradoxes, set theory, formal theories of truth, and truthmaker semantics.