I was born and raised in Fall River, an old mill town with lots of pride in southeastern Massachusetts. I stumbled upon philosophy while pursuing a B.A. in Psychology at Bridgewater State University and never looked back. In 2009 I moved to Pullman, Washington to pursue my M.A. in Philosophy. After graduating from Washington State University in August of 2011 I moved beside the beautiful Canadian Rockies while I completed my doctorate degree at the University of Calgary; I finished and my degree was conferred in February 2019. After graduating I moved back to southeastern Massachusetts where I now teach ethics and logic courses at Bridgewater State College (3 courses per semester-minimally) and courses at Northeastern University (9 courses since starting in January 2019). When I am not doing philosophy I enjoy spending time with the little people in my life (pictured with me on the right is my son Benji (little guy) and stepson Jordan), hiking (that's me climbing Mt. St. Helens in the foreground on the left), traveling, watching the Celtics and Redsox, tweeting, listening to music, throwing the frisbee, watching movies, and taking photos. Feel free to click on the tabs above to find out more about my research, the talks I have given, the things I have published, the courses I have taught, and my future academic plans and ongoing projects.