# About me

I am a DPhil student of mathematics at Worcester College, University of Oxford and I work with the Geometry group in the Mathematical Institute. My supervisor is Alex Ritter.

I work in an area of mathematics called symplectic topology, which studies the properties of symplectic manifolds. To find out more about what I do, please see my research page.

## Education

I completed my four year undergraduate degree in mathematics (MMath) at St John’s College, University of Oxford in 2017. My fourth-year dissertation describes a theorem due to Kontsevich how many curves pass through a given set of points in the plane.

## Teaching

I am a Stipendiary Lecturer in Mathematics at Corpus Christi College, which means I give tutorials to the first- and second-year students in their analysis courses. I have given tutorials at St John’s College and I’ve been a class teaching assistant for the Oxford courses B2.2 Commutative Algebra and C3.4 Algebraic Geometry.

### GCSE and A-level teaching

I have experience with private tutoring work for GCSE mathematics, and I am able to teach GCSE and A-level mathematics. If you are interested, please get in touch by email.

## Dancing

For my ballroom and latin playlists, please see my YouTube channel.