I'm Wallenberg Academy Research Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at Stockholm University, where I direct the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace.
I did my PhD (graduating in 2007) at the University of Reading with Brad Hooker and Andrew Williams. The final part of my PhD was spent working with Jeff McMahan at Rutgers University. I specialise in the ethics of war and self-defence, and am particularly fond of killing the innocent.* Prior to taking up my current post, I was Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Kent, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Sheffield and a Visiting Fellow at the Philosophy Department at Harvard. I live in Cambridge, UK. I'm on the Executive Committees of both the Society for Applied Philosophy and the British Society for Ethical Theory. I'm a Research Associate at the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict.
My other interests include wine, walking, eating, gardening, travelling to new places and making our house look pretty. I also really want a puppy.
Update: We now want a kitten instead.
Update: We don't have a kitten yet, but we have chosen a name for the future kitten.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*As a field of philosophical study. Please don't be one of those people who emails me saying 'oh my god, do you kill babies?'.