I’m Kevin and I live in Washington, D.C. I sometimes write, work on projects, and do things I like around the city. This website serves a few different purposes: an introduction to me, a writing space, and a place for me to keep track of things I care about.

I currently work at Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR). In the past, I’ve worked in climate change/environmental protection and as a bicycle mechanic.

I’m interested in working toward a world that’s fair and equitable, and I think the future is either socialism or barbarism. Right now, I am particularly interested in pushing back against the “sharing economy” and related things coming out of Silicon Valley. In general, I like to look at the political economy of neoliberalism in various ways.

Apart from the typical stuff, I like urbanism (and small streets that’s 12th Pl NW, D.C. above), intentional communities, bikes, thoughtful video games, cooking, running, and biking.

I’m originally from around Hartford, Connecticut and studied at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa where I got my degree in Biological Chemistry and Political Science. (I’m still interested in both but, to be honest, I would probably major in Sociology and take a lot of Art History classes if I were to choose now.) During my time in college, I studied abroad in Denmark, and although I think the Danes do a lot of things well, I have no illusions about their supposed superiority.

Please feel free to contact me if you want to get in touch.