My research is primarily focussed on the philosophy of mind, phenomenology and philosophy of language. I am particularly interested in perceptual experience, time and indexicality. I am interested in teaching all aspects of philosophy. In my thesis I develop an account of the veridicality conditions of perceptual experience, in a way that solves the Puzzle of Temporal Experience. I develop an epistemological account of perceptual justification, such that one can be justified in making perceptual judgements. I contribute to the current literature by providing a new solution to a widely discussed philosophical puzzle.