I started working as a preceptor for the MAPH program in 2016, and have since completed a PhD in Philosophy here at the University of Chicago. My dissertation was concerned with the ways in which we make sense of the attitudes and actions of others, and was shaped by a particular interest in the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. To date my teaching has focused on topics related to this in the philosophy of mind and action.
I'm originally from England, and received a BA in Classics from the University of Oxford. Outside of work, I enjoy culinary projects, amateur photography, and cycling around Chicago. For the past few years I've also been an active member of the University's Iyengar Yoga Club.