I am a philosopher who works on perceptual learning and expertise. I am interested in understanding how perceptual learning differs from other forms of learning, and how it contributes to human expertise in many domains. In my research I also focus on understanding how perceptual learning can go wrong and cause expert judgments to be biased in some way.     

I recently held a SSHRC-funded postdoctoral research position at the Percepts and Concepts Lab at Indiana University, Bloomington where I worked on bias in perceptual learning with Dr. Rob Goldstone. 

As of January 2021, I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Economics, Philosophy, and Political Science at University of British Columbia, Okanagan.