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 (baritone). I was a Choral Scholar in Trinity College Choir for three years as an undergraduate. During my Masters, I was a Lay Clerk with the Choir of Gonville & Caius College. I currently work as a singer and conductor, supporting the development of the choral foundation at St Vigor’s, Fulbourn. I sing occasionally at Ely and Peterborough Cathedrals, and and continue to pursue solo and choral singing at a professional level, alongside academia.