I am a senior Research Associate in the Particle Physics group at the University of Liverpool. My research is focused on Muon Physics. In particular, I work on resolving the tension between the experimental and theoretical determinations of the muon anomalous magnetic moment. I have been working on the Fermilab muon g-2 experiment since 2014. After gaining my PhD from the University of Liverpool, where I built hardware and developed reconstruction algorithms for the g-2 tracking detectors, I moved to Fermilab as a Research Associate in the muon department. During my time working on g-2 I have been involved with many different aspects of the operations and analysis of the experiment. In my current role as magnetic field Analysis Coordinator, I analyze data from multiple systems to make an ultra-precise measurement of the muon-weighted magnetic field, which is one of the two main quantities required to determine the value of the muon anomalous magnetic moment. In 2022, I joined the University of Liverpool once again, to continue my work on g-2 as well as other muon experiments.