As an undergraduate I interned at the Living Systems Institute as an assistant, studying the bifurcation properties of hair follicle models. I graduated from the University of Exeter in 2019, where I gained a Master's degree in mathematics. My master's research continued my study of relaxation-oscillation dynamics of cell differentiation in the mammalian hair follicle via computational modelling. In September 2019 I joined the Marin lab, gaining the opportunity to investigate cortical interneuron differentiation using a range of statistical and machine learning techniques. When I'm not at the computer scripting I train kung-fu, and like to create digital art whenever I find the time.