Here's a partial list of things I've made or contributed to -


I'm currently in the final stages of completing my PhD (submitted, awaiting viva!), and before then I finished an MPhil degree, both at Cambridge in the Computer Laboratory. The focus of my academic research was studying how data analysts work, and designing new tools that help support analysis and visualisation activities.

A list of publications can be found on my Google Scholar page.

I also help look after the Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG), and help organise its annual conference.


While in Cambridge, I used to teach for the HCI-related courses in the undergraduate CS Tripos. I helped with supervisions (small group teaching), practicals (a student group projects), and also to revise and expand the lecture material for Interaction Design in 2022, and co-delivered it then and in 2023.

I've changed the work I used to set for the students a few times over the years; you can find here some of the questions I used to set.

* The illustrations on this page are by Dorota Paczesniak, published under CC-BY-SA-4.0 on Wikimedia commons