Postdoctoral researcher, Imperial College London

I am a quantum physicist who has been having fun with photons since 2009. I was involved in the implementation of early quantum photonic chips, which manipulate quantum information in a platform the size of your thumb. I've violated Bell inequalities, tested wave-particle duality, simulated the oldest molecule in the universe, and peered into a Hilbert space of 60,000 dimensions.

While most of the things I do are quantum, I spend a fraction of my time in the classical world - building drumkits for goldfish, riding bikes, making films, programming computers, and messing around with microcontrollers.


  • 2014–present
    Research Assistant, Imperial College London


  • 2009 
    University of Leeds, MPhys