A LITTLE ABOUT ME
I am a Hintze Fellow at the University of Oxford, researching galaxy evolution. I have a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Cambridge, and before moving to Oxford I spent five years working as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of the Western Cape, in South Africa. I'm passionate about science communication and spreading my love for all things space-related to as many people as possible.
The ultimate aim of my research is to bring us a step closer to understanding the complex processes which govern how galaxies form and evolve with time. I am particularly interested in radio galaxies - galaxies which spew powerful jets of very energetic particles from their centre - and the role they play in galaxy evolution. Find out more about radio galaxies and my research projects below.