My research primarily concerns the metaphysics and epistemology of perceptual experience, focusing upon:
the nature and role of perceptual experience and representational content
multisensory perception and the individuation of the senses
the spatial and temporal structure of experience across different sensory modalities.
These three themes were combined in my Synchronising the Senses project, funded by the John Templeton Foundation via the University of Cambridge’s New Directions in the Study of the Mind initiative.
My other research interests include:
philosophy of psychology and the cognitive sciences
epistemology, particularly though not exclusively of perception
the metaphysics and consciousness of time and temporal passage (on which I wrote my MLitt dissertation)
the work of Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Thomas Reid, on whose account of visual perception I have published.