About

I am a Birmingham Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at The University of Birmingham. I joined in September 2017.

I work in the philosophy of mind broadly construed. This includes the philosophy of psychology, and also the metaphysics of mind.

Particular interests include: natural kinds in psychology, visual crowding, attention, perception, and consciousness. I am also interested in the metaphysics of properties.

I am currently focussing on psychological natural kinds. I think that many debates in the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of perception could benefit from input from the philosophy of science work on natural kinds.

Before Birmingham, I was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Cambridge.

I got my PhD in 2015 from the University of Durham.