Undergraduate: BSc in Economic History at the London School of Economics (2015 – present)
A-Levels (Physics A*, History A*, Politics A, Biology A) at Cranbrook School (2012-14).
GCSEs (A* in English Language, English Literature, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History, Geography, Music. A in Maths, Religious Studies, and Spanish) at Cranbrook School (2010-12).
Prizes and Scholarships
2018 Fellowship in Residence at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, in Auburn, AL.
2017 Winner of the Golden Bottle Trust Essay Prize (Economic History)
2017 Fellowship in Residence at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, in Auburn, AL.
2016 Winner of the George and Joele Eddy Prize (Economics)
22nd July 2017 – The Joey Clark Radio Hour on News Talk 93.1FM, talking about Austrian Economics, the Mises Institute, and the British healthcare system. (audio)
27th January 2018 – Speech entitled “What can MisesUK learn from [the US Mises Institute in] Auburn?” given at the first ever conference of the Ludwig von Mises Centre for Property and Freedom, UK, held at the Amba Hotel Charing Cross, London. (video)
2015 Political Campaign Organiser at Conservative Campaign Headquarters, London.
2014 Research assistant at the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College Cambridge.
Associated Scholar of The Ludwig von Mises Centre for Property and Freedom, UK.
Freelance editorial writer, focussing mainly on economic, political, and historical topics. Previously published in outlets including City A.M., Mises.org, and LewRockwell.com (see ‘List of Articles‘ page on this website).
Narrated an audiobook of On the Origin of Money by Carl Menger for the Mises Institute, in July 2017. Publication of my recording is forthcoming.
Was Treasurer (2015-16) and then President (2016-17) of the London School of Economics’ Hayek Society.