I’m originally from Sydney, Australia, where I began my economics studies at the University of Sydney. From 2015 to 2018 I worked as a macroeconomist at the Reserve Bank of Australia. I then moved to Oxford to study for the MPhil in Economics at Lincoln College, and am now studying for the DPhil in Economics. I also currently hold the position of Junior Dean for Welfare at Merton College, Oxford.
I use household survey data to try to explain why individuals make the economic choices that they do. Recent projects include how young people change their consumption behaviour in response to house price shocks, and the relationship between age, labour supply and health in 2020.
I give tutorials in Introductory Macroeconomics.