I am a postdoc at the University of Bristol. Come fall, I will be an assistant professor at Kansas State University. My research covers a range of topics in epistemology, decision theory, metaphysics, and philosophy of science. Currently, I am investigating the foundations and applications of epistemic utility theory with Richard Pettigrew, Ben Levinstein, Chris Burr, and Pavel Janda. Epistemic utility theorists explore the nature of epistemic value, and explain why various principles of rationality have the normative force that they do by elucidating the ways in which they are a good means to the end of epistemic value. Over the next few years, my research will extend epistemic utility theory in interesting new ways, to cover epistemic norms that to date have received little attention, e.g., norms governing comparative belief states, and imprecise credal states.