I came to ANU in March 2012. Previously, I studied philosophy and law at the University of Sydney and worked for a couple of years as a lawyer.
My primary areas of interest are the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of psychology, and the philosophy of language. My PhD research involves all of these areas. The focus of my work is inner speech, which can be characterised very loosely as the phenomenon of speaking to oneself in one's mind. I am interested in questions such as what exactly inner speech is; how closely it resembles external speech; what relationship it bears to thought; and whether it might be associated with other types of mental episodes such as auditory verbal hallucinations and thought insertion. Other areas of interest include logic, legal philosophy, and Kant.
My academia.edu page is available here.