I am a Research Engineer at Lumirithmic, a 3D facial appearance capture company specializing in generating photorealistic relightable avatars from commodity hardware. I am also a completing PhD candidate in computer vision & graphics at CVSSP, University of Surrey. I have a particular interest in 3D reconstruction and free-viewpoint video of humans, with an emphasis on sports. My work includes 3D pose estimation, dynamic 3D human modelling, and immersive playback in virtual and augmented reality. I am currently completing my PhD, supervised by Prof. Adrian Hilton and Dr. Jean-Yves Guillemaut.

I have previously worked as a developer at Figment Productions, on groundbreaking Virtual Reality amusement park rides including Derren Brown's Ghost Train at Thorpe Park, and Galactica at Alton Towers.

In 2017 I graduated with an MEng in Electronic Engineering with Audio-visual Systems at the University of Surrey, and was awarded The DTI MEng Prize for best all-round performance by a student graduating with the degree of Master of Engineering.

See my interview for DiscoverPhDs here.

My latest resume (May 2021) is available here.


Research Engineer
Lumirithmic, London, UK
April 2022 - Present
PhD Candidate in Computer Vision & Graphics
CVSSP, University of Surrey, UK
October 2017 - Present
Software Developer
Figment Productions, Guildford, UK
August 2014 - April 2016
MEng in Electronic Engineering with Audio-visual Systems
University of Surrey, UK
September 2012 - June 2017