My philosophy research focuses on social epistemology (particularly on the wisdom of crowds), the philosophy of probability, and mathematical explanations in the sciences.
forthcoming in Journal of Philosophy
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., Burgman, M.
Why are Normal Distributions Normal?
in The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
From Kolmogorov, to Popper, to Renyi: There's No Escaping Humphreys' Paradox (When Generalised)
in Chance and Temporal Asymmetry
Using Internet Intelligence to Manage Biosecurity Risks: A Case Study for Aquatic Animal Health
in Diversity and Distributions
(2013) with Grossel, G., Burgman, M., Nunn, M.
Mathematical Explanations of Empirical Facts, and Mathematical Realism
in The Australasian Journal of Philosophy
Comparison of Web–Based Biosecurity Intelligence Systems: BioCaster, EpiSPIDER, and HealthMap
in Transboundary and Emerging Diseases
(2012) with Nunn, M., Grossel, G., Burgman, M.
Deterministic Probability: Neither Chance nor Credence
Philosophy of Probability
in Philosophies of the Sciences
The Explanatory Power of Phase Spaces
in Philosophia Mathematica
(2008) 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.