I am originally from Poland. My first name, Michal, is pronounced there 'Me-how', but my preferred pronunciation is the standard English 'Michael'.

I frequently comment on my colleagues' work and have served as a referee for a number of journals: Philosophical Studies (x2), The Journal of Moral Philosophy (x2), Inquiry, and Science and Engineering Ethics. If you have a manuscript on one of the topics that I am interested in, do not hesitate to get in touch.

I am a part of the Oxford Serious Ethics Group, a collaborative network of young ethicists who used to spend many hours together in the pubs and coffee shops of Oxford. Between March and August of 2020, I convened weekly meetings of an ethics work-in-progress group whose members included gradute students and post-docs from LSE, NYU, Oxford, Princeton, Stanford, and UCL.

Together with Johann Frick and Tina Rulli, I organised the Princeton Workshop on Population and Procreation Ethics in May of 2019. The speakers included: Ralf Bader, David Boonin, Johann Frick, Hilary Greaves, Elizabeth Harman, Jeff McMahan, Melinda Roberts, Tina Rulli, Samuel Scheffler, and Larry Temkin. I also organised a satellite graduate workshop which featured presentations of work-in-progress by students from Oxford, Princeton, and UC Davis.

In my spare time, I enjoy running long distances, Sufferfest cycling workouts, and fastpacking. Some of my more memorable trips include: 360 kilometres along the coastline of Poland, 540 kilometres across Iceland, and 170 kilometres around Mont Blanc.