As a member of the ATLAS Experiment, I collaborate with scientists from around the world to look for evidence of new particles made at the Large Hadron Collider. Supervised by Alan Barr and John March-Russell, my research sits at the exciting interface of theory and experiment, understanding how to discover supersymmetry and dark matter.
Originally from London, England, I subsequently went to the University of Oxford for my undergraduate studies in physics. I then received a scholarship to spend a year in Canada at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, where I was supervised by Natalia Toro and obtained my MSc from the University of Waterloo.
I enjoy doing science outreach, travelling, classical music and graphic design. As an undergraduate, I was a resident student advisor for two years to US visiting students on the Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford. I also designed publicity and played the violin for numerous music ensembles. I have grapheme-colour synaesthesia.