I'm a theoretical physicist who largely works in areas relating to gravity. I also have some formal training in (philosophical) logic from taking some grad level classes. Other than that, though, I don't have an academic background in philosophy; everything else is self-study/recreational.
I wish to do some work, perhaps publishing some papers, in areas that crossover between physics and philosophy, e.g. on the nature of the cosmological constant problem or philosophical issues in General Relativity & quantum gravity. How would one currently working in physics go about making this move? Would it be best to try collaborate with other philosophers already working in these areas? If so, does anyone have advice how exactly to initiate these sorts of potential projects.
For reference, I'm based in the mathematics department at a UK university, but haven't had much interaction with the philosophy department excluding auditing courses. I've attended talks and conferences on these sorts of topics though. The point of view of any working philosophers would be most welcome, and what their position would be if contacted about the above from someone without a philosophy background.