I did my first degree in Linguistics at Trinity College, Cambridge (2014-17). During these years, I developed a particular interest in Historical & Comparative Linguistics, which led me to read for an MPhil in Classics (2017-18); my Masters thesis focused on Sanskrit syntax. I was awarded an AHRC doctoral studentship to study for a PhD in Classics at Peterhouse (2018-22), working on the syntax of relative clauses in Proto-Indo-European. I currently work as a Research Associate in the Linguistics section of the faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics at Cambridge. In October 2022, I will be starting as a Junior Research Fellow at Merton College, Oxford.


Aside from my academic work, I am also a classical singer and conductor. I was a choral scholar in Trinity College, and a Lay Clerk at Gonville & Caius College. In the last few years, I’ve sung with the choirs of Ely and Peterborough Cathedrals, as well as directing the choir of St Vigor’s, Fulbourn, supporting the development of their choral foundation. I continue to pursue solo and choral singing at a professional level, alongside academia.