I’m a Natural Sciences graduate of the University of Cambridge. I matriculated into Fitzwilliam College in October 2015 and studied a broad range of topics as part of my degree including Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Computer Science. Currently I’m employed as a Software Developer by Dotmatics where I work on bioinformatics and electronic lab notebook software for the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.
In my free time I enjoy pursuing different aspects of technical theatre, particularly sound design. I have been lucky enough to travel the world as a result of this and have taken touring amateur theatrical productions around the UK, Europe, Japan and the United States.
I juggle the hats of user support, software development and system administration for both Camdram, the hub website for student theatre in Cambridge, and the ADC Theatre’s Room Booking System. Occasionally I also put my skills to use with the SRCF as one of their volunteers.
In the remnants of any other free time I have, I enjoy playing the piano keyboard and getting involved with the busy amateur radio scene here in Cambridge. I have an interest in climbing which, coupled with my work in amateur theatrics and radio, means that I’ve developed proficiency in working at height with fall arrest equipment and rope access techniques.