I work as a Teaching Associate in Philosophy at the University of Bristol, lecturing on courses on Philosophy of Psychology, Metaphysics, and Epistemology.
I recently worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in philosophy at the University of Leeds, working with John Divers on the Leverhulme-funded Thinking Counterfactually project alongside Shyane Siriwardena.
My research is primarily motivated by the conviction that recent developments in the sciences of the mind have significant implications for traditional philosophical debates in metaphysics and epistemology. I am particularly interested in the implications of embodied cognition, predictive processing, ecological psychology, and active perception.
I completed my PhD in philosophy at the University of Bristol under the supervision of Richard Pettigrew. My doctoral research investigated the impact of recent findings regarding the nature of numerical cognition for traditional issues in the philosophy of mathematics. In particular, my doctoral thesis argued that these findings have significant implications for naturalist attempts to overcome the so-called "Access Problem".