My research in particle physics devises new measurements and searches for exotic particles at extreme laboratory regimes. I collaborate in the ATLAS Experiment at CERN, with broad interdisciplinary interests across hardware, phenomenology, data analysis, and astrophysics.
Originally from London, UK, I completed my BA at the University of Oxford, and MSc at the Perimeter Institute and University of Waterloo supervised by Natalia Toro. I returned to Oxford with a two-year stay at CERN for my PhD, supervised by Alan Barr and John March-Russell. After, I moved to the University of Chicago as a Grainger Fellow.
Outside the lab, I enjoy science outreach, music performance, and graphic design. As an undergraduate, I was a publicity designer and violinist for numerous ensembles, while being a resident student advisor for two years to US visiting students on the Williams–Exeter Programme at Oxford. I have grapheme–colour synaesthesia.