About me

I am a Lecturer (equivalent to an Assistant Professor) in Interactive Media in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York.

My research is situated in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and explores the design and development of new interactive media content forms and tools to support their creation. This research combines my deep interest in new forms of interactive technology and media with empirical, theoretical and methodological perspectives, in the human-centred design of novel interfaces and interaction techniques for a broad range of artistic and everyday creative practices.

My current research is focused on the design and development of new forms of responsive video content and I also have ongoing projects exploring aspects of technology mediated theatre performance and new digital heritage experiences. Much of this work is part of the Digital Creativity Labs – a £4m EPSRC, AHRC and InnovateUK funded research center of which I am a co-investigator. You can find out more about my current and past research on my projects page.

I previously worked at Newcastle University’s Culture Lab, where I completed a Ph.D. that explored the design of innovative interactive technologies for live performance and held a post-doctoral positions, including on the RCUK Digital Economy Programme funded Social Inclusion through the Digital Economy (SiDE) project.

Outside of the lab I like electronic music, getting outside (especially on skis), and having a good time with my friends.