I am a philosopher working as a Researcher at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and a Visiting Fellow at the Mathematics Education Centre at Loughborough University.
My work is on proofs, mathematical knowledge, virtues, and formalisation. I have an ongoing project to apply ideas from epistemology—like social epistemology, character epistemology and epistemic injustice—in maths and maths education.
I have previously worked as a Lecturer in Mathematics Education at Loughborough University and at the University of St Andrews as an Associate Lecturer. Prior to that I was a postdoc at the University of Oxford on the project “The Social Machines of Mathematics” with Ursula Martin.
I did my PhD on the St Andrews/Stirling joint programme, with a thesis entitled “Proof, Rigour and Informality: A Virtue Account of Mathematical Proof”, supervised by Aaron Cotnoir and Patrick Greenough.
I did the Master of Logic at the Universiteit van Amsterdam, and an MA in Philosophy and Mathematics in St Andrews.