About me

I’m a PhD candidate in computational linguistics at UC Berkeley, advised by Terry Regier. I divide my time between research, teaching and consulting.

My research involves modeling temporal semantics using neural networks. I teach natural language processing and data science using Python at UC Berkeley’s D-Lab. Also through D-Lab, I offer free consulting on natural language processing and Python to UC Berkeley’s community.

I studied lingiustics, classics and Arabic at the University of Melbourne. Before my undergraduate degrees, I taught English in Grosseto and Paris for a year. As a language learner, I’ve studied French, Italian, Arabic, Latin, Ancient Greek, Sanskrit and Middle Egyptian. As a linguist, I’ve worked on CiShigini, Somali, South Efate and Tswefap.

I’m from Melbourne, Straya.