I'm currently a British Academy Post-doctoral fellow at the university of Durham, Faculty of Classics.

Until recently, I was a post-doc on the Roots of Deduction project, at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen. Until June 2012 I was a PhD student in the Faculty of Classics in the University of Cambridge. In 2009-10 I was a visiting student at the ENS in Paris

I wrote my dissertation on relative entities in Plato. I have interests in the history of logic and thought about relations and category taxonomies, from Aristotle onwards. For the Roots of Deduction project, I worked Aristotelian and Stoic logic, as well as the Greek mathematical tradition. 
I received my BA (now MA) and MPhil from Cambridge, where I studied in the Faculty of Philosophy, specializing in the philosophy of language and history of ancient and modern philosophy.

I've taught a range of topics in ancient and modern philosophy, including philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, political philosophy, logic, Plato, Aristotle and Presocratic and Hellenistic philosophy.

I am an occasional contributor to Blogistikon, an ancient philosophy group blog and the Philosophers' Cocoon.

Further information and papers can be found on my academia.edu page.

Here is a photo of me, looking young. I now have a beard, a man-bun, and glasses.