My current research is on our human interconnectedness with the changing phenomena of weather and how we participate in the ever unravelling process of life. I explore themes such as the part-whole relationship, embodiment and interpretive understanding. I have worked mainly in the fields of (carnal)hermeneutics and phenomenology, but also have an interest in aspects of process philosophy and Eastern thought.

Other interests involve the ‘everyday’ or expanded field of aesthetics, which is not limited to the experience of art, but incorporates any sense based experience including dishwashing and even thinking, thus breaking away from the conventional delineation of mind and body and embracing the interconnectedness of our existence. I aim to argue that it is an existentially significant field of enquiry dealing with our very bond with the environment and ourselves.