About


Hello.

I am a Computer Science student at Newcastle University, currently in an exciting phase of my academic journey. Having completed a highly rewarding year in industry as an Associate Developer at Apexon (Sunderland, UK), where I was honoured with a prestigious company award, I’ve returned to university with a wealth of practical experience. This industry exposure complemented my academic endeavours, providing real-world insights into software development and enhancing my skill set in technologies such as C# and Excel.

Recently, I completed the first semester of my final year, delving deeper into my passion for all things data. My studies have focused on areas like Predictive Analytics, Computer Vision, AI, Data Visualisation, and Biomedical Data Analytics, all of which enhancing my data related skills. This hands-on approach in both theory and practical projects has deepened my understanding, allowing me to see how these advanced data concepts can be effectively applied in real-world scenarios.

Alongside my academic and professional pursuits, I lead an active lifestyle, training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and Triathlons. I often train BJJ over 5 days a week, and I actively compete in the sport. Additionally, I am an enthusiastic reader, aiming to read 24 books this year, feeding my ever-growing curiosity and diverse interests.

As I look forward to commencing my dissertation, I am excited about the opportunities it presents. This project marks a significant milestone, allowing me to apply and further enhance my skills in a focused, in-depth study. Looking ahead, I am eager to transition into a transformative graduate data related role, where I can apply my expanding skill set in a dynamic and challenging environment.

About Site

This website is intended to showcase a collection of projects, thoughts, and a record of personal development. I will use this website to document my journey throughout my academic years and the steps I take toward my goal of joining the world of work, in a data-centric role.