I am a PhD candidate in the History and Philosophy of Science Department at the University of Cambridge. My thesis compares experiment, modelling and simulation, and what they reveal about systems we cannot directly access -- looking specifically at what table-top 'analogue' black holes might be able to tell us about real astrophysical black holes. My other research interests include the history of physics, environmental philosophy (on topics including climate research and nature writing), science communication and science policy.
Beyond academic research, I do extracurricular work in science communication and science policy. I have written and edited for Varsity and Bluesci, both Cambridge student-run popular magazines, and I have contributed to an article in Quanta Magazine on quantum tunneling time. Since September 2020, I have been the Finance and Fundraising Lead for the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE), and I am currently participating in the CUSPE Policy Challenges program to help advise Cambridge County Council on local area energy planning.