I'm a designer, researcher, and data scientist.  I create physical interfaces with tangible materials, digital interfaces with code, and hybrid (physical + digital) interfaces.  Through my work I explore ways to make what is invisible or ignored, visible.  As a designer, I use speculative, data-driven, and human-centered methods to inspire my design and art practice.  As a researcher and data scientist, my work lies at the intersection of natural language processing, human-data interaction, visualization, and cultural heritage.
Currently, I'm researching the capabilities and limitations of machine learning models for identifying types of gender bias in archival metadata descriptions, as a PhD student at the Institute for Language, Cognition and Computation, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh.  Previously, I worked as a research software engineer, web developer, designer, and business and technology consultant.  I've worked in the cultural heritage sector, academia, and the energy and utilities, retail, private equity, and finance industries.  Past clients and collaborators include the Alan Turing Institute, British Library, University of Edinburgh's Heritage Collections, National Library of Scotland, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, and National Trust for Scotland.
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