I work in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science, broadly speaking. I am particularly interested in the philosophy and psychology of visual perception and disorders of consciousness. Much of my work to date has focused on colour vision and the nature of perceptual constancy for colour.
I also have interests in the philosophy of psychiatry relating to the nature of mental illness, and the role of the wider social environment in explaining psychiatric disorder.
Some of my earliest work was in philosophy of language on the topic of vagueness, particularly the cognitive origins of our susceptibility to the sorites paradox.