I am a Master of Physics and Medical Physics, having studied at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom, where I graduated July 2017. As part of my course, I took a particular liking to project work. In projects, I've enjoyed the opportunity to create a medical device using a Raspberry PI, and to create innovative new treatments for Visual Vertigo using Virtual Reality through my third and fourth years. For this work, I received the Tessella Prize in Physics, visible in the gallery below.
At A-Level, I studied Physics, Maths with Mechanics, and ICT. I took a particularly strong liking to Physics, and was presented with the Subject award for Physics.
Work that I've done to treat Visual Vertigo inside Virtual Reality as part of Medical Physics required me to learn the C# programming language. I found this fascinating, and craved more knowledge. In my own time, I've become proficient with the C# language, as well as much of the .NET stack and related technologies. I now enjoy developing desktop, mobile and web applications, in addition to virtual reality applications. I also enjoy learning about database engines and operating systems, enabling me to develop a full-stack skillset. Though reluctant to delve into it at first, I now particularly enjoy web development. There's something quite special about owning your own corner of the internet, and I welcome you to mine.
Feel free to check out some of my awards in the gallery below; or view some of my blog posts and reviews.
Here are some of the awards I've earned through school and university