I am a theological ethicist and ethnomusicologist (aka, researcher, writer, and teacher). I am fascinated by the intersection of ethics, theology, and music, and study how people interact with God and each other through musical activity.
I studied at Baylor University, Fuller Seminary, and Providence University College. I have performed in prisons and churches, written films and rock albums, produced a TV pilot, and wrapped more than my fair share of ground beef at a small-town butcher.
These diverse experiences enable me to integrate education and everyday life, connecting abstract thought to concrete reality in creative and accessible ways.