Media & Show Reel

I am an enthusiastic science communicator and have been involved with many media projects. From explaining science on TV and the radio, to performing on a stage, recording podcasts, and interaction on projects behind the scenes I try to let my enthuiasm for science shine through for all of these things. Check out my YouTube channel to see the astronomy and science interest videos I've made. Of particular note is my work with BBC Radio Oxford, presenting a half hour monthly astronomy show covering what to see in the night sky and a discussion of the past month's space news. Below is a list of some of the media outlets and projects I've been involved with:

BBC News Channel
BBC Radio Oxford
BBC Radio Berkshire
BBC Georgey Tonight
BBC Stargazing Live
The Zooniverse
Sixty Symbols YouTube Channel
Deep Sky Objects YouTube Channel
FameLab UK
Bright Club
Cheltenham Science Festival
Winchester Science Festival
The Oxford Student Newspaper

Please get in touch using the button below if you would like me to make a media appearance, are interested in collaborating on an project or would like me to give a public talk (schools, museums, soceities, public lectures etc).


I competed in the UK National FameLab final 2014 and was crowned Audience Winner and Judges' Runner-Up with my piece about how we can all holiday in the Andromeda galaxy; if we are willing to wait 2 billion years...

Crowdsourcing the Sky

In March 2014, in conjunction with BBC Stargazing Live, I got the public to take images of Orion and send them in which I stacked together to make a seriously gorgeous image.,d.d2s

Bright Club

Stand-up comedy - by scientific researchers? What could possibly go wrong? As an Astrophysicist people often have no idea what you do, with hilarious consequences. Watch me make light of this and pull out my Ukulele for a quick Frozen parody.


I summarise a published journal paper each month at an undergraduate level with the blogging website astrobites. Check out all the past articles I've written here.

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