My research tends to lie within normative ethics, practical ethics and metaphysics. My doctoral research, funded by the Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, focuses on puzzles in beneficence. I am particularly interested in questions about who we ought to help amongst the many people who need it, how we ought to help them and the practical dilemmas that we might face in helping.
Outside of my doctoral research, I am interested in the ethics of self-defence and health policy. I also work in personal identity and the philosophy of death. For more information, get in touch.