I completed my Honours Degree at Bradford University in 2005, where I studied Cybernetics and Virtual Worlds. For my Final Year Project I was awarded the Saunderson Lumber prize for my airport automated robotic system.
In the five years since leaving University I have continued to work in the field of simulation and robotics. At first this was at AMTRI ( Advanced Manufacturing Technology Research Institute) where I worked for just over two years before the company went into Administration due to financial issues with the staff pension scheme.
My work in simulation has continued since leaving AMTRI and I am currently employed in developing environmental and energy consumption simulations.
My goal is stay at the leading edge of software development for robotics and computer simulation.