I graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2007 with a BSc in Software Engineering, and then worked for a couple of commercial organisations, before returning to Strathclyde to undertake a PhD. While there I carried out a number of studies related to software bugs and their lifecycle: their introduction, discovery and eventual fix. In 2014 I joined the University of Edinburgh, initially working at EDINA where I worked on projects related to both bibliographic services and learning/teaching applications, before moving to EPCC as an Application Consultant in Data Science. Currently I'm working on the SAINT and GoutSmart projects.
In my spare time I like listening to music, board & video gaming and occasionally getting out walking when I can.