About me

I’m a science communications consultant for charities that fund medical research.

I enjoy the challenge of turning complex research into content that’s both easy to understand and engaging for ‘lay’ audiences.

And I love working with charities, which are directly connected to both people affected by health conditions and the scientists working to improve lives.

I have more than a decade of experience working for medical research charities, big and small. During that time, I’ve developed a range of skills that can help charities communicate science in accessible and inspiring ways. Read more about how I can help your charity.

Before life as a science communicator, I did a PhD studying a type of leukaemia common in children, giving me valuable insight into the world of academic research.

Beyond work, I’m a music fanatic, an amateur DIYer, and a telly addict. I live in the North East of England with my wife and our two kids.

Individual member of CharityComms
Member of Association of British Science Writers (ABSW) 2024