My work focuses on the intersection between art and technology, seeking to explore methods and technologies which increase feelings of immersion within virtual and augmented environments.

I am based at the University of Bath. As an EngD research engineer within the Centre for Digital Entertainment, I am currently conducting research on ultrasonic particle manipulation as a method for increasing sensory immersion within virtual reality. This research is funded by the EPSRC.

Previously I have studied Sound Design (BSc) at London South Bank University (LSBU) in which I focused on the development of sensor-based novel electronic musical instruments. I then studied for an MSc in Creative Technology at The University of the West of England (UWE). My research at UWE focused on interactive and multi-sensory environments. A piece of my work from my time at UWE was subsequently broadcast across the West Holt stage at Glastonbury Festival 2019.

As a musician, I am currently composing and recording an album largely inspired by classic science fiction movies (Silent Running, Bladerunner, Dark Star, 2001, Solaris). Previously I have released records under several monikers. I am always interested in potentially exciting new musical collaborations.