I am a PhD student in the Philosophy Department at Princeton University and a member of the program in Classical Philosophy. I joined the department in 2015 after completing an MSt. in Ancient Philosophy at Queen's College, Oxford and a BA at the University of Chicago.
I study all aspects of Classical Greek philosophy, though my current work concerns issues of metaphysics and ethics in Plato and Aristotle. I also have ongoing research in contemporary metaphysics. My dissertation focuses on real definition in Plato, Aristotle, and contemporary philosophy.
Outside of my academic work, I enjoy being involved in mentorship and practicing portrait photography. From 2016-18 I served as a Resident Graduate Student mentoring undergraduates at Princeton's Mathey College where I organized and directed the Mathey College Portrait Initiative.