Martin works on Metaphysics and Philosophy of Religion, with an additional research interest in Early Modern Philosophy. He studied philosophy and theology at Oxford as an undergraduate and took an MA in philosophy at KCL, before returning to Oxford for the BPhil and DPhil. His DPhil thesis presented a new theory of how objects exist through time, relying on a new view of how the parts of reality are related to one another. Before taking up a position on the Entanglement project, Martin was the Salvesen Junior Fellow at New College, Oxford, where he remains a Junior Research Fellow. He has taught a range of subjects for a number of colleges in Oxford. More information and some of his publications can be found at the following site: http://oxford.academia.edu/MartinPickup.