I am currently a Data Scientist at SceneSkope, delving into data to give companies new ways to explore their customers’ experiences. I can frequently be found wrangling data in all sorts of shapes and sizes: from museum and gallery interactions, to wireless devices, to buses!

Previously, I was a Research Fellow in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, working in the Internet of Things domain especially when applied to energy saving in the home and workplace. This included work on the CharIoT and CTech projects that has led to a framework for IoT applications; a usability study of IoT configuration approaches; and the development and deployment of a variety of visualisations for both libraries and council buildings to let building occupants better understand their energy usage.

While not researching, I have developed all sorts of other things, including games! This included Flash and server-side development on Moshi Monsters, and front-end work on a wide variety of different (and awesomeminigames. When not developing, I can often be found singing in venues around Southampton.