SEEING IS BELIEVING
An essay on the remarkable diversity of eyes in the animal kingdom.
DIVINITY IN THE DARKNESS
In this essay, I draw a parallel between the telescopes of ALMA, and the Moai of Easter Island.
In this article, published in 2017 on openDemocracy, I question whether the singular focus on divestment has been helpful in the quest for sustainable finance.
METAPHORS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH
Language shapes thought, and when we talk about abstract subjects, we almost invariably engage with them using metaphors. In this short summary of my Masters thesis, I deconstruct the metaphors that are used to describe economic growth, exposing how they lead to flawed reasoning, and explore the weakness of the current environmental counter-narrative. I then propose new metaphors that could help in the transition to a sustainable economy.
In my undergraduate thesis, I argue that Brahms's late piano music is so enigmatic because it defies the ordinary rules of musical gravity. The body of the essay is an analysis of the famous A major intermezzo.
THREE CAMBRIDGE FANCIES
In these short stories, I reflect on the length of time it takes to solve mathematical problems, the connection between academia and reality, and the limits of modelling.
DIVERSITY IN CHORAL MUSIC
In this article, published in the Church Times, I argue for diversity in choirs, and discuss a project I have been involved with at St John the Divine, Kennington.