I am an MPhil candidate in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Cambridge, where I am the recipient of the Baer Pettit Studentship in the Humanities by Trinity College. My current research interests include Victorian and modernist poetry, modern and contemporary drama, and dramaturgy. My dissertation examines modernist and avant-garde conceptions of performance in T. S. Eliot’s early works.
I hold a B.A. with distinction in English and Political Science (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) from Yale University. My work in the Yale English department has been awarded the John Hubbard Curtis Prize, the Sholom and Marcia Herson Scholarship Prize, and the Lloyd Mifflin Prize.
Outside of my studies, I review theatrical productions in London and Cambridge, work as a graphic designer, and collaborate with theatre-makers.