Over thirty-years as a professional engineer, holding a masters degree in engineering and worked for many well-known international companies, giving me the opportunity to lead the technical hardware development on many flagship programmes, such as the Sentinel & Observer MKII GPS mapping system currently installed in aircraft operated by the UK Emergency services e.g. police, ambulance. Along with Earth Observations imagers for the Disaster Monitoring Constellation sub-1m satellites (Triple-Sat), payloads for TechDemoSat and DoT-1 and more recently the Incubed high precision imager satellite.

Also holds Chartered status with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) reflecting the experience gained in project/programme and middle-management roles and from the contributions made to the leading of multi-million pound projects for the space industry.

Has keen interest in the practical applications of machine learning and data science, and hold the IBM Professional Certificate in Data Science using Python 3.0.

Extensive experience in embedded software, developing solutions (bare-metal & OS) for payloads used on space missions e.g. propulsion controllers, reaction wheels, RF transcievers.



"We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change." ~ Peter Drucker

Holds a masters degree in Psychology and undertaken diploma and advanced diploma training (equiv hons degree) in various aspects of psychotherapy leading to registration as an integrative psychotherapist. Has amassed two decades of experience successfully working with clients presenting a range of neurotic and behavioural disorders. 

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Research interests: anxiety disorders, developmental and cognitive psychology.


Self-funding a doctorate at Canterbury Christ Church University exploring the cognitive executive functions of anomalistic experiences, so to understand the neuro-cognitive and psychological processes involved in individuals having these experiences. These experiences are reported in both the pathogical and non-pathological populations, as such it would be interesting to undertand the nature of these experiences and if identifying individual differences between these groups can lead to interventions to benefit the pathological population. 


A registered member of the British Psychological Society, 


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