I began my post-secondary education as a music student, specializing in vocal performance and choral conducting. I studied first at Providence University College and then at the University of Manitoba. While at the University of Manitoba I took some philosophy courses and became hooked. I completed an M.A. in philosophy and went on to study with Joseph Levine at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, receiving my Ph.D. in the fall of 2013. I currently teach philosophy at a number of colleges and universities in Winnipeg and work as a part-time choir director at St. Margaret’s Anglican Church.
I roast my own coffee, build my own computers, do my own renovations, and run the occasional half marathon.