I am an IRC Research Fellow in the Faculty of Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin and a Research Associate at Stockholm University. Before moving to Trinity, I was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
My primary research areas are the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, and meta-ethics. I'm also interested in early analytic philosophy and early modern philosophy.
I received my BA in philosophy from University College London, before completing the B. Phil at the University of Oxford (University College) and then writing my PhD at the University of Cambridge (Queens' College). Whilst at Cambridge, I also held research positions first as Jacobsen Fellow and then as a Mind Student.
My research focuses primarily on the metaphysics of perception and the mind-body problem. I also write about various topics in contemporary metaphysics and select questions within metaethics. You can find my articles under the 'Papers' tab.
I'm also currently involved in the project 'Beyond Reductionism: Contingent Grounding Physicalism' (with Prof. Anandi Hattiangadi). You can visit the project website here.