I am a Departmental Lecturer at the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography at the University of Oxford, UK, a post-doctoral fellow working with Amanda Seed at the University of St Andrews, UK, and a member of Claudio Tennie's Research Group "Tools and Culture among early Hominins" in Tübingen, Germany.


I am teaching Quantitative Methods and Evolution and Human Behaviour in the Master's course "Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology" at the University of Oxford.

I am working with Amanda Seed, Josep Call, and Christoph Völter on Executive Functions in young children.

My own research focuses on the origins of cumulative cultural learning in young children as well as on children's spontaneous tool-use abilities.