My first degree was in Natural Sciences, which gave me a broad sampling of scientific disciplines. During this time I developed a fascination with human vision and this determined my following research career. I completed a PhD on the temporal properties of processing in the colour vision system. Before coming to Lincoln I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, again working on colour vision and how we maintain stable perceptions in changing lighting conditions.
I’m now a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, working on various aspects of colour vision, and visual perception in general.
Teaching on the RS2 course
Visual perception and psychophysics, particularly colour perception
— Higher Education Academy, 2016
— University of Durham, 2010
BA Natural Sciences
— University of Cambridge, 2006