I’m currently working in the Scientific Computing group within Medical Physics at The Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, UK.

I studied sound engineering and production and Birmingham City University in 2010, after which I stayed on to complete my PhD in Audio Engineering in 2017. I have worked as a research fellow at The Sensory Motor Neuroscience Centre, University of Birmingham, where I conducted psychophysical experiments to study inter-player timing synchronisation of musical ensembles. In 2017 I moved to Guildford to work as a Post-Doc on the EPSRC-funded project Musical Audio Repurposing using Source Separation (MARuSS) at The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP); University of Surrey.

I’m interesting in audio engineering, psychophysics, software development, all things code, food, beer, travelling and dogs. Checkout my publications and software projects for specifics.