I am a final year PhD Student at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Professor Richard Hunter. My research investigates the 'Alexandrian footnote' and other markers of intertextuality in archaic and classical Greek literature, exploring how Greek poets signposted and signalled their interactions with other texts and traditions. Before moving to Cambridge, I completed my bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Oxford. My master's dissertation explored the various analogies and allegories employed in Hellenistic Literature and Art to conceptualise victories over the Galatians. More details about my research are available on my academia.edu and Humanities Common profile pages.
I am very open to any kind of collaborative research and am happy to be contacted about any ideas for collaboration, however preliminary.
I have recently co-organised a conference on Hellenistic Poetry Beyond Callimachean Aesthetics, 1-3 September 2016, and was also a member of the organising committee for the Cambridge AHRC DTP's Conference on Time and Temporality, 14-16 September 2016.
I teach a variety of classical subjects to both undergraduates and school pupils, focusing on Greek Language, Latin Language and Greek Literature. This site is primarily intended to host teaching resources and assignments for my students.
Beyond academia, I am passionate about dance and music. I represent the University of Cambridge in Ballroom and Latin dancing (I had the honour of leading the team as Captain in 2016-2017) and I am an enthusiastic Cuban Salsa and Rueda dancer. I have represented England and Cambridge internationally in Austria, Germany, Hungary and China, and as a member of XS Latin Cambridge, I am a UK Champion, British Champion and World Championship Semi-finalist in Latin Formation Dancing. In the past, I have played the French Horn in a number of orchestras and have performed in venues ranging from the Royal Albert Hall (London) and Sheldonian Theatre (Oxford) to St. Mark's Cathedral (Venice).