I am a Herchel Smith Fellow in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, UK. I was previously a Research Fellow at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, where I also completed my PhD in 2021. Prior to that, I got my MSci in Physics at the University of Birmingham in 2018. Check out my research page for details about my current work.

I wrote and illustrated a book! It's called Planetymology and it's about how the English-language names of the planets in our Solar System evolved, from their roots in the languages of early Europeans.

I also produced and illustrated a colouring book about Women in Physics throughout history, which was researched and largely written by my friend and colleague Dr Debatri Chattopadhyay.

I moved to Australia from the UK in 2018, and endeavoured to spend my weekends exploring this vast and beautiful country - this effort was somewhat dampened by the recent lockdowns (with Melbourne becoming the most locked-down city in the world!). Nonetheless, some photographs of places I’ve recently discovered here can be found on my exploring page.

My work benefits from combining creative and analytic processes, a pairing that I first strengthened through still-life drawing. I still enjoy drawing and try to practice when I have a spare afternoon. See my drawing page for a small gallery of various sketches.

If you’d like to speak to me, please get in touch!