I am a philosopher that works on issues in the philosophy of science and philosophy of mind–particularly as these intersect with issues around human evolution and cultural evolution.

I completed my PhD in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge, where I am currently a post-doctoral research associate working as part of the large multi-University project ‘Putting the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis to the Test.’

In May 2019, I will be taking up a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, also at Department of History and Philosophy of Science. This fellowship will see me tackle issues around the metaphysics of cultural individuality, and how ‘cultures’ feature as causal-explanatory posits across a range of empirical literatures.