Steph is a Research Assistant working across various aspects of our ‘place’ programme. He has been working in partnership with the Institute for Government on a ‘Review of the UK Constitution’ a project which seeks to analyse the UK’s constitutional architecture and make proposals for reform. He is also working with the National Museum Directors Council (NMDC) on a project on the ‘Value of Museums’, which explores the way museums can contribute to place-based public policy.
Prior to joining the Institute, Steph graduated from the University of Cambridge with an MPhil in Politics and International Studies. He also holds a degree in International Relations from the University of St Andrews. His primary research interests are the rise of radical right populism, social democratic political theory and social class dynamics in 21st century Britain.