I graduated from UWE in 2014 with a BA (Hons) in Philosophy. After which, I completed an MA in Philosophy from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2017). In 2018 I began a PhD at the University of Sheffield, under the supervision of Robert Stern. My thesis explores an account of Kierkegaard’s concept, and consequent critique, of what he terms “busyness”. The thesis argues that although it has been neglected in the literature, the concept of busyness in fact occupies an integral place within Kierkegaard’s authorship and is an essential part of Kierkegaard’s critique of modernity. Alongside my role as an Associate Lecturer at UWE, I also work as a Teacher of Philosophy, Religion, and Ethics at Taunton School, as well as for the charity, Philosophy in Prisons.