I am a Research Fellow in Philosophy and Art at Peterhouse (Cambridge), and a practising artist. My philosophical work falls in the intersection of philosophy of art, philosophy of language, and social philosophy. I am particularly interested in how visual art, such as painting, sculpture, and installation, behaves like speech.

I was awarded a PhD in Philosophy in 2019, and an MPhil in Philosophy in 2014, both from the University of Cambridge. In 2013 I graduated with a BA (Joint Honours) in Art and Philosophy from the University of Reading.

Outside of work I have a keen interest in medieval history, and enjoy reading popular history books and listening to Medieval and Renaissance music, with a penchant for the shawm and crumhorn.