I am a macro theory economist, with a highlighted emphasis on microeconomic foundations. I focus on the interactions of central banks and markets. My recent work brings a strategic analysis to situations where the central bank has both a monetary policy stance and private information about structural shocks to the economy. In addition, I have developed a micro-founded form of intermediate commitment by central banks, as well as co-authored work about the history and future of Bitcoin.

Before my PhD, I attended law school, where I focused on Law and Economics, and how law and technology interact. And before law school, I worked as a software engineer for six years.