Originally from Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex, I am currently a PhD Student who started at the Institute of Cosmology & Gravitation in October 2016 working with David Bacon and Alkistis Pourtsidou. I am exploring cross-correlations between radio and optical telescopes and how we can use these to probe large-scale cosmic structure and test theories of gravity. In particular I’m hoping these cross-correlations can help maximise what we learn about dark energy from upcoming telescope surveys such as LSST and SKA. I graduated from the University of Southampton in 2016 with a BSc degree in Physics. My research is funded by the University of Portsmouth.
In October 2019 I will starting my first post-doctoral position at Queen Mary University of London working on large-scale cosmic structure research with MeerKAT radio telescope data.
I am a keen footballer, but a slight imbalance exists between enthusiasm and skill. Below is a picture of me representing my department’s staff team as captain in a charity match against the undergraduate students. An article about the game can be found here.
More to come?