I work primarily on the nature and value of emotions in our moral and political lives. My research takes place at the intersections of moral psychology, feminist philosophy, philosophy of mind and emotion, epistemology and philosophy of psychology.

My work is often empirically informed in two distinct senses: I strive to take social reality seriously, and I engage with experimental work in the brain and behavioral sciences (my BSc Neuroscience helps me here).

I completed my PhD in Philosophy in 2019, on 'The Rationality of Anger', at University College London.