I am best known for my research into novel interactive visualization techniques, ‘Powerwall’ displays, data science, virtual reality, navigation and human computer interaction.
I currently teach data science and information visualization, and have previously taught a number of other subjects.
I also teach short courses on Tableau.
I am an expert in data visualization and data quality, undertake some consultancy, and produced a film called Visualizing the Quality of Data, which available on YouTube..
I commercialised the Leeds Virtual Microscope with Roche, the global healthcare company.
I also co-founded a spin-off company called Petriva to commercialise my petrophysics visualization software.
I love spending my spare time in the outdoors, climbing, fell running, walking, cycling and skiing.