Whereas it has become almost mandatory for those of my cohort to possess a territory in the world wide web, so this website has been established as a place to both publicise my professional activities and share my observations on events in the world.
Currently I am an undergraduate mathematician at the University of Hull.
In my educational career so far I have competed at multiple levels in events such as the United Kingdom Mathematics Challenge and the Top of the Bench Competition for the Royal Society of Chemistry. In 2013 I had a short work experience placement at the Chemistry department of my eventual alma mater.
From 2015 to 2017 I was Secretary to the Student Council at Wilberforce Sixth-Form College. In my first year I was an observer on the college corporation. In my second I was a student governor.
Minor televisual fame has thrice come my way. I have made two appearances on BBC Look North, first as part of School Report 2011, and second in the audience of a 2017 general election debate. I also appeared in an ITV Calendar debate ahead of the European Union referendum in 2016.
I am the founder and web-master of Homework Direct, the latest incarnation of a project that is now in its fifth year of operation and which I hope will eventually become a valued tool for secondary pupils across the country and a treasured national institution.
Here, though, the aim is merely to provide a satisfactory and enlightening experience to whatever audience may come my way. Thank you for being among them.