Most of my research is on consciousness (call it what you will: experience, phenomenal consciousness, qualia, etc.). I am especially interested in applying the tools of psychology to traditional questions in philosophy. I suppose that makes me an experimental philosopher.
My dissertation lies at the intersection of consciousness and aesthetics, using quantitive measures of experience. Want to see experimental philosophy in action? Click here to check out one of my experiments on the experience of reading. More links to come as my dissertation gets written.