I am currently studying a masters in mathematics at Cambridge and spend my time between the Mathematics and the Computer Science departments learning about Deep Learning, Graph Theory and Statistics. I also do a lot of small web development projects in my spare time.
During my time studying maths I have learned to tackle difficult problems head on and persevere when a solution seems out of sight. I really enjoy this process of getting to the bottom of an issue and have found that particularly rewarding when a solution to the issue has a positive impact on the world. I like working together in small teams on data driven problems; whether it is constructing or researching machine learning models, helping companies visualise their data or helping businesses with their online presence.
July 2019 - Present
JS Tutoring delivers quality education resources to help high-achieving maths students and young professionals learn further online. As part of my work I am developing an online web application and educational video resources for the hardest university maths exams.
2014 - Present
July 2012 - June 2014
Volunteering as the chairman of Allerdale YouthBank I worked together with a team of students to collect and distribute funds to local youth groups in Allerdale. After we applied to larger organisations for funding, we distributed grants of up to £500 to youth groups who were creating opportunities for young people and benefiting the wider community.
November 2018, November 2019
On two weekends in 2018 and 2019 I volunteered to help with DataDives organised by the fantastic charity DataKind. During both weekends, in groups of around 20 volunteers, we worked on data sets brought to us by charities in the UK who needed help using data to improve their operations.
Find more projects on my GitHub.