I am a philosopher, writer and labour researcher in Toronto, Canada. My current interests are in political theory, virtue ethics, existentialism, urbanism, anti-racism, queer theory and social movement practices.

I am also a former adjunct professor at Queen’s University, in the Department of Political Studies, where I taught political theory and identity politics. I have worked as an organizer, researcher and communicator for the New Democrat Party in Canada and Ontario and am currently a research consultant in Toronto, with special focus on municipal politics, the labour movement, identity, and social movements. My activim focuses on the queer and the quirky: kiss-in protests at Premier’s breakfasts, organizing guerilla gay bars, producing queer shame parties and coordinating fluxus-inspired collective art projects.