Here's a photograph of me at the office.
I am a professor of philosophy at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a fellow in the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, UK, author of Compassionate Eating as Care of Creation, and co-editor (with Andrew Chignell and Terence Cuneo) of Philosophy Comes to Dinner: Arguments about the Ethics of Eating. I teach and write on twentieth-century European philosophy (especially hermeneutics and philosophy as a way of life) and applied ethics (especially animal and food ethics). I am the founder and convener of the Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series at Calvin College and I co-founded Wake Up Weekend. I'm also a U.S. Observer of the Christian Ethics of Farm Animal Welfare Project (Chester, UK), and a member of the Philosophy as a Way of Life Network at the University of Notre Dame, the board of directors of CreatureKind, and the advisory board of Sarx. Life pursuits include practicing the disciplines of partnership, parenting, friendship, teaching and learning philosophy as a way of life, advocacy for fellow creatures (human and otherwise), Twin Peaks super-fandom, and eating vegan desserts like they are going out of style (even though they are just now coming into style). Many thanks for looking things over and do let me know if you have any questions!