My research is devoted to developing an account of human agency that has, at its core, a conception of practical reason and the good. I therefore address a series of problems that lie at the intersection of philosophy of action, ethics and moral psychology. My work is often inspired by the history of philosophy, especially Aristotle and Kant.

I am currently a Polonsky Fellow at the Van Leer Institute Jerusalem. I completed my Phd. at the University of Chicago in 2018, where I was subsequently a Humanities Teaching Fellow. Before coming to Chicago, I attended King’s College London.