ASTROPHYSICIST - COMEDIAN/ACTOR - SCIENCE PRESENTER - ARTIST
With my qualifications in astrophysics and passion for communicating science, I am a clear and direct scientific advisor.
Previously, I provided astrophysics advice for Andrew Hunter Murray's novel The Last Day.
University of Oxford
MSc Astronomy & Astrophysics
University of Manchester
King's College London
COMEDIAN & ACTOR
I am an improvised comedian, singer (soprano) and actor. I create expressive and truthful characters.
I joined the Oxford Imps in 2015, since performing in hundreds of shows in and around Oxford, as well as at the Edinburgh Fringe. I now perform with Jericho Comedy in Harry Potter parody : 'The Show That Must Not Be Named' and across the UK in 'An Improvised Funeral'.
I have also done voice overs for Jack FM and voice acting/over for Josh Berry's 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Show: `Voice Thief'.
Any subject can be made accessible and exciting with the right explainer. In 2014 I began communicating science by co-presenting on The Jodcast. Since then, I have co-hosted on Recycled Electrons and most recently (& regularly), A Piece of String. I have also given numerous public talks and produced and presented videos on Astrophysics.
Most recently, I contributed to The Edge of Science, a BBC Studios and YouTube Originals programme on the science of levitation.
ARTIST & ILLUSTRATOR
I create illustrations with clean lines, bright colours and a touch of humour. Available for illustration and pet portraits, over a variety of mediums including digital, ink and watercolour. Clients include: A Piece of String, Jubilation Podcast.