I am a mathematician

and more specifically, I work in extremal and probabilistic combinatorics. I’m interested in a range of problems that fall under this broad umbrella — I particularly enjoy problems that I can draw (interpreted loosely)!

I am currently based at the University of Warwick

where I am a postdoc working with Richard Montgomery. Until November 2023 I was at the University of Victoria, as a PIMS postdoctoral research fellow working with Natasha Morrison and Jonathan Noel.

A group photo of some of the discrete mathematicians at UVic
The combinatorics crew at UVic (photo credit Jae-Baek Lee)

For the academic year 2020-21, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson) with the then Graphs at Ryerson research group. I obtained my PhD in 2020 from Queen Mary University of London under the supervision of Robert Johnson (see here for an interview about my PhD). Prior to that, I studied for my undergraduate and Masters degrees at the University of Cambridge.