I'm a designer, developer and data scientist. Currently, I'm researching how to identify and classify types of gender bias in text as a PhD student at the Institute for Language, Cognition and Computation, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh. I'm also working on the Alan Turing Institute's Research Software Engineering team on the Living with Machines project. My research lies at the intersection of natural language processing, data science, visualization, and cultural heritage. Previously, I worked as a customer experience consultant, a web developer, and a user interface designer. I've worked in the finance, energy and utilities, retail, private equity, and cultural heritage sectors.
My portfolio showcases the selections of my work I'm most passionate about, including paid work, academic projects, and research. Collaborators include the Centre for Research Collections at the University of Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, and National Trust for Scotland. In my work with these collaborators and their collections, I've created physical interfaces with tangible materials, digital interfaces with code, and hybrid (physical + digital) interfaces by integrating tangible materials and code.
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