I am an Ernest Rutherford Fellow studying the formation and evolution of galaxies at Cosmic Dawn.
My research involves studying some of the early galaxies that formed within the first billion years in the life of the Universe. I use observations in the optical and near-infrared to detect galaxies at high redshifts (z > 6.5). In particular, by looking in large degree-scale ground-based surveys it is possible to constrain the number of rare bright galaxies. To find out more take a look at this article I wrote for the RAS Astronomy & Geophysics magazine.
I am passionate and committed to making physics and science accessible to all. Looking around the average Physics department in the UK there is still work to be done to increase diversity, and it is everybody's responsibility to work towards a more inclusive community.