I am a doctoral student on the joint programme at the universities of St Andrews and Stirling, where I am a member of the Arché Philosophical Research Centre for Logic, Language, Metaphysics and Epistemology, and the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs.

I am supported by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities’ AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership and the Aristotelian Society.

I am supervised by Jessica Brown, Brian Weatherson, and Justin Snedegar.

You can view my CV here.



I currently convene the Arché seminar, Epistemology: Current Themes.

Our schedule is available here.


Before coming to St Andrews, I completed an MPhilStud. in Philosophy at King’s College London.

I was supervised by Clayton Littlejohn and the title of my thesis was “Rational Incoherence: How to Make Mistakes About What Rationality Requires”. It was examined by Corine Besson and Kurt Sylvan. I was supported by an AHRC Research Masters Preparation Award.