I earned my Ph.D. with distinction in 2022 from the Department of Philosophy at Saint Louis University in Saint Louis, Missouri.  My dissertation, "Radically Connected: Ockham's Metaphysics of Efficient Causation," which was written under the direction of Susan Brower-Toland, focuses on the powers metaphysic of efficient causation in the thought of the fourteenth-century medieval scholastic, William of Ockham.

My areas of specialization are in medieval and contemporary metaphysics, particularly perennial issues in analytic ontology concerning substances, powers, priority, dependence, and causality. 

My current research focuses on medieval and early modern debates between the Latin West and the Byzantine East surrounding divine causality. I am currently working on a monograph entitled, From the Father Alone: The Anti-Unionist Works of St Mark of Ephesus on the Procession of the Holy Spirit, which is a Greek-English facing translation of a number of St Mark of Ephesus's anti-unionist writings on the procession of the holy Spirit.