I'm a PhD candidate at Yale. I work on early modern philosophy. Before coming to New Haven, I lived in Bozeman, Montana and received my undergraduate degree from Lewis & Clark College. Right now, I'm finishing up a dissertation on Hume's Treatise. I also organize talks for the Society for Early Modern Philosophy at Yale (SEMPY).
My research focuses on the intersection of the philosophy of mind and epistemology in the early modern period. My dissertation considers Hume's views on representation, skepticism, and intelligibility. I've also written on early modern theories of ideas, perception, and judgement.