I am a PhD Candidate in History at Peterhouse, University of Cambridge where I recently completed an MPhil in World History. Originally from rural Australia, I undertook my undergraduate degrees in History and Law at the Australian National University. My past research was recognised in 2016 by the NSW History Council with the Max Kelly Award. I have been a C.A.S. Hawker Memorial Scholar and am currently a Smuts Cambridge International Scholar and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society. My doctoral project examines the evolving political and constitutional relationship between Britain and the Settler Colonies at the Colonial and Imperial Conferences from 1887-1937.