I studied for a BSc in physics at York University, and a PhD in physical oceanography at Liverpool University where I also worked as a post-doc, and tutored in oceanography for the Open University.
Between 1998 and 2008 I worked at the Met Office testing ocean models against observations.
I have just moved to the University of Plymouth as a part-time lecturer in Geomatics in the School of Earth, Ocean and Environmental Sciences, coupled with part time work at Argans working on ESA satellite data.
In my spare time I work on astrophysics, and I am now pleased to be an honorary fellow in the astrophysics group at Exeter. I am especially interested in developing new models to explain the Pioneer, flyby and other observational anomalies.