Born and raised in London (UK), I completed undergraduate and masters degrees in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, with a focus on geophysics, geology, and seismology. I moved to the US in 2010 to study at Harvard for one year to do a "special studentship" funded by a scholarship from Cambridge. I liked the US so much that I decided to stay on for graduate school (I also was a big fan of the charming American woman whom I would later marry). I completed a PhD in geophysics at Columbia University, spending the majority of my time conducting research at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. I am currently engaged in post-doctoral research at Brown University, where I am jointly inverting multiple seismological data types to make detailed and (hopefully) informative images of the upper mantle around the Wyoming Craton. In summer 2017 I will take up a full-time teaching and research position at UC Santa Barbara. Other than pondering the mysteries of earthquakes and shallow Earth structure, I spend my time cooking, running, and cursing the ineptitude of the England football (soccer...) team.
Assistant Professor, UC Santa Barbara (2016 - present)
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Brown University (2016 - present)
Graduate Research Fellow, LDEO Columbia University (2011 - 2016)
PhD, Columbia University , 2016
MPhil, Columbia University, 2014
MSci, University of Cambridge (UK), 2010
BA (Hons), University of Cambridge (UK), 2010