I am currently a a postdoctoral fellow at York funded by a Mind Association Studentship. My research concerns our nature as self-conscious social animals and the special form of intersubjective connection that this involves. I am currently thinking about the limist of these forms of connection in relation the phenomena of love, friendship and grief.

Prior to joining the department at York, I completed a PhD at UCL supervised by Lucy O'Brien and Doug Lavin. In Autumn 2019, I was a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the Research Centre for Analytic German Idealism at the Universit├Ąt Leipzig. Prior to that, I spent the autumn quarter as a visiting student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago.

Advanced Tutorial Syllabus: Intersubjectivity in Moral Psychology

Here is my CV


'When Eyes Touch' (Forthcoming in Philosophers' Imprint)
A paper on 'ordinary self-consciousness'(title removed for review)
A paper on shame (title removed for review)
'The Possibility of Humiliation'
'The Jointness of Joint Attention'

Please feel free to get in touch if you would be interested in reading a draft.



Advanced Tutorials: Interpersonal Moral Psychology Third Year Tutorial
Introduction to Moral Philosophy; First Year Seminar, Course Leader: Prof. Mark Kalderon
Nietzsche; Second Year Seminar, Course Leader: Dr Tom Stern
Philosophy of Mind; Second Year Seminar, Course Leader: Dr Rory Madden
Doubt, Passion and Justice: Hume's Treatise of Human Nature; Third Year Seminar, Course Leader: Prof. Mike Martin
Epistemology of Disagreement; Third Year Seminar, Course Leader: Dr Han van Wietmarschen