Welcome to my website. I'm a University Associate Professor, joint between the two departments (DAMTP and DPMMS) which make up the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. I am also the Anthony L Lyster Fellow at Queens' College, where I supervise various course and also act as a Director of Studies for some of the mathematics students.

My research is in the area of general relativity and partial differential equations. You can learn more about my research interests at my
research page.

Notes and teaching materials from the various courses I have taught over the years can be found at my
teaching pages.

The header image above illustrates an interesting optical phenomenon, a parhelion or
sun dog. It's caused by light refracting from ice crystals in the atmosphere. I took the photo above in 2012 from my apartment balcony when I lived in Edmonton, Alberta.