I am currently a PhD candidate in philosophy at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. I specialize in medieval philosophy, with a focus on twelfth-century philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, logic, and metaphysics.
My thesis, provisionally titled Nominalisms in the twelfth century, is supervised by Prof. John Marenbon.
I also research the intersections of philosophy and video games. I have recently worked, especially, on the experience of racialization and immersion in Skyrim.
In my free time, I am learning to code and design video games in the Unity engine. Curious about my game dev journey? Follow my itch.io page!
Feel free to email me at my @cam address for any enquiries, including access to papers.