My philosophy research focuses on social epistemology (particularly on the wisdom of crowds), the philosophy of probability, and mathematical explanations in the sciences.
- Collective Wisdom, forthcoming in Journal of Philosophy
- Vague Credence, forthcoming in Synthese
- Collective Wisdom: A Study of Some Simple and Complex Methods of Confidence Interval Aggregation, forthcoming in Journal of Business Research, with Wintle, B. and Burgman, M.
- Why are Normal Distributions Normal?, 2014 in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 65(3)
- From Kolmogorov, to Popper, to Renyi: There's No Escaping Humphreys' Paradox (When Generalised), 2014 in Chance and Temporal Asymmetry, A. Wilson (ed.), Oxford University Press.
- Using Internet Intelligence to Manage Biosecurity Risks: A Case Study for Aquatic Animal Health, 2013 in Diversity and Distributions, 19(5-6), with Grossel, G., Burgman, M., and Nunn, M.
- Mathematical Explanations of Empirical Facts, and Mathematical Realism, 2012 in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 90(3)
- Comparison of Web–Based Biosecurity Intelligence Systems: BioCaster, EpiSPIDER, and HealthMap, 2012 in Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 59(3), with Nunn, M., Grossel, G., and Burgman, M.
- Deterministic Probability: Neither Chance nor Credence, 2011 in Synthese, 182(3)
- Philosophy of Probability, 2010 in Philosophies of the Sciences, F. Allhoff (ed.), Wiley–Blackwell
- The Explanatory Power of Phase Spaces, 2008 Philosophia Mathematica, 16(2), with Colyvan, M.
I also dabble in a bit of photography. You can see all of my photos here and my photo blog here. I use a Sony a7r and find myself mostly playing around with 32-bit HDR landscape photos.