I am a Faculty Teaching Associate at the Univeristy of Cambridge, where I teach the philosophy of mind and metaphysics.
I did my PhD in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, where I was supervised by Komarine Romdenh-Romluc and Helen Steward. Before coming to Sheffield for my MA, I did my undergraduate in Philosophy at the University of York.
I work primarily on the philosophy of action and perception, but have interests in phenomenology, the history of philosophy, and general issues in metaphysics.
I have previously worked with Women in Parenthesis as a researcher, as Research Assistant on Laura Gow's Failing to Act project, and as an Event Organiser for the Centre for Engaged Philosophy.