As of September 2018, I’m a Lecturer in Philosophy at King’s College London.

From 2012 until 2018, I was a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Reading.

In 2011-2012, I was a Bersoff Fellow in the Philosophy Department at New York University.

I have been a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since 2013.

I did a BA in Classics at New College, Oxford, and an MPhil in Philosophy at University College London, before moving to UC Berkeley for my PhD, which was supervised by John Campbell and Alva Noë.

My PhD dissertation was about the effects of attention on visual experience and their implications for epistemology. I argued that, to understand the nature and epistemic role of attention consistently with these effects, we need to recognize a certain indeterminacy in conscious vision: visual experience is experience of determinable properties, and visual attention affects which of these properties we see.

At Reading, I ran the Brain and Humanity Research theme for the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics. I was also a founding member of the interdisciplinary Centre for Cognition Research.

At Berkeley, Ariel Rokem and I ran the Townsend Center Working Group in Philosophy of Mind, an interdisciplinary group in philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience.