My research centres around observations I make using astronomical satellites and large telescopes (like those on La Palma or Hawaii).
My current star formation programme tries to understand the global structure of star formation regions. This is could be termed "stellar archaeology"; poking around in what's left over after star formation has happened, to see what it can tell us about what went on. Much of the data I've used is available through the Cluster Collaboration's Home page.
Fitting Colour-magnitude diagrams. This is the latest thing to hit my web pages. All the software you need to make quantitative fits to colour-magnitude diagrams.
Photometry Code. The documentation and code for my optimal photometry routines, which obtain the maximum signal-to-noise available for a stellar image.
Catalogues and Data for Star Forming Regions. The data for many of my papers is freely available on the Cluster Collaboration's Home page.
Publications via the Astrophysics Data System.
Contact Details such as address, phone number and the like are given on my School of Physics Home page.
For folks with Exeter account you can read my calendar.
Here you can download a (Mac) copy of the ark software.