I grew up in the foothills of the Andes and later the Medway valley. I received my BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Reading and my MA in Philosophy from King's College London. I am funded through the AHRC's South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership and I receive coaching from Effective Thesis. My supervisors are Brad Hooker, Philip Stratton-Lake and Jonathan Way.
My research focuses on non-additive approaches to moral aggregation, especially as it pertains to the distribution of limited healthcare resources. However, I am interested in non-additive or holistic approaches quite broadly, as well as topics on fairness, consent and the ethics of AI.
In a previous life I was a policy researcher, and still like to venture out of the academy whenever possible. You can read one of my attempts at public philosophy in this nerdy anthology. When I'm not working you're likely to find me playing Wingspan or commenting on the most recent EA for Christians Facebook post.