Specialising in data visualisation, spatial data science and GIS, I've developed a number of novel tools such as the Fresnel Map, fmap, Space Ratio and the Space Ratio Chart.

I recently completed a PhD Architectural Space and Computation at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. My PhD research explored techniques for mapping and measuring airspace development in London.

In the past, I've collaborated with research labs, local authorities, government departments, non-profits, Innovation Labs and news agencies. I completed an MSc in Smart Cities and Urban Analytics at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), UCL, and a BA (Hons) in Social Policy from the University of Leeds. I've given talks at CASA, the Government Digital Service, the Department for Transport and the launch of the Leeds City Dashboard. I've also been funded by UCL, the British Academy and Eliahou Dangoor.

Prior to starting my PhD I worked as a Consultant for The Bartlett School of Architecture on a data project. Between 2017 and 2018 I worked as an Data Analyst at Red Ninja Studios, a design-led technology company, and iSensing, an IoT company that provides mobility analytics. Here, I led a planning project and visualised real-time data in Madrid and Sao Paulo. After graduating from the University of Leeds in 2017, I worked with the Department for Transport to explore how machine learning and big data can be used to model car dependency with the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics. In 2016 I was awarded a Google Fellowship at BBC News Labs and the Graphics desk where I contributed to data-driven stories, helped with the production of news applications and worked on a project to encourage trust in news. I've collaborated with Graphic News, a news agency specialising in infographics and data visualisation, and the Royal Geographical Society. As ex-Founder of Student Data Labs, I managed Innovation Labs between 2015 and 2016 that aimed to teach practical data skills to university students while tackling civic problems.