I am currently a PhD candidate at MSSL, UCL undertaking research in the Astrophysics group.

My research is in theoretical astrophysics, primarily on general relativity and in particular the relativistic factors which relate to the detection of Pulsar-Black Hole systems in the Galactic centre and the inner regions of globular clusters, and the use of these systems to test fundamental physics in extreme environments.

For a more detailed outline of my research interests, please see my research page. See the publications page for a list of my relevant publications. You can also find a short CV, a miscellaneous collection of resources, browse what I’m reading, and reference some short posts/notes that may be useful to myself or others.