I am a philosophy graduate student at Duke University, and I study causation and causal cognition under Sara Bernstein, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, and Felipe De Brigard. My office is in the IMC Lab, and I am an active member of MAD Lab. Because I work on causation and on psychological concepts of causation, my work is at the intersection of cognitive science, metaphysics, and philosophy of science. I also have a substantial interest in moral psychology. In addition to these research interests, I have worked to advance new methods for teaching philosophy, and I have been developing Wireless Philosophy as the Associate Director. You may be interested in this article about my life and my work with Wireless Philosophy.