In 2012, I graduated with an MEng in Computing from Imperial College London. My interests at the time roughly lay in logic, network security and bioengineering: my dissertation involved the application of proxy re-encryption to social networks, and my favourite course involved the application of machine learning concepts to interpret neural signals from monkeys. Since 2012, I have been working at Netcraft, an internet security company in Bath.
In a more general sense I am very interested in online privacy, from technical, social and economic perspectives.
I've run a number of small websites and projects online over the last few years. Of these, the two that are generally the most liked (despite definitely not being the most polished) are The Daily Aww, a website that sends you one photo from r/aww every day, and Brother Francis, an interface to a receipt printer that lives in my living room.