Bruce is part of the team of Vancouver Institute for Philosophy for Children, and engaged in learning about what philosophy is (does) and what philosophers do. He loves nature and nature activities such as hiking, running and biking. He loves art and art practices such as poetry, drawing and improv. Every so often he attempts at meditation by listening to the heartbeat of the earth. His research interest is on ethics and relationality in ethics. He explores the intersections of critical theory and a strengths-based education to persons and contexts. Working within this frame, he is interested in learning about subjectivity and complicated conversations in educational practices. He thinks Philosophy for Children activates the possibility of learning from experience. He is also interested in curriculum development its history and place at the present and the ways reflexivity in curriculum assists participation for all ages and all groups in their communities.