I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Cambridge in Philosophy, specialising in Kant's moral psychology, supervised by Angela Breitenbach, Richard Holton, and Rae Langton. My research to date has focussed in particular on moral psychology in the history of philosophy. I obtained my undergraduate degree (First-Class Honours) in Philosophy at King's College London, writing my research dissertation on Platonic moral psychology. I was awarded the Keeling Scholarship at UCL to pursue my ancient interests further on their two-year MPhil Stud. However, since my goal was to specialise (sooner rather than later) on Kant, I instead chose to pursue a one-year Masters in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Oxford. There, I worked on Socratic moral psychology (awarded Distinction).
From 2018 onwards, I am the Boustany Cambridge Pembroke Scholar in Philosophy at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. My research is fully funded by Pembroke College, the Cambridge Trust, and the Boustany Foundation of Monaco and Switzerland. In the meantime, I have published on Kant's moral philosophy, and have a forthcoming article (with Constantine Sandis) on moral hydraulics in Plato (see Publications).
My non-academic passions include veganism (particularly vegan pizza), the Swiss lakes, and my cats (Meno, Timaeus, and Diotima).