After obtaining my first-class honours degree from the University of Stirling, I began as a PhD candidate in computer science; this is a studentship funded by the DAASE (Dynamic Adaptive Automated Software Engineering) Project. DAASE is a collaborative project and aims to improve the software development process through making software more adaptable.I have a great deal of passion and motivation for my subject. My current research involves analysing the search space structure of combinatorial fitness landscapes using techniques from the field of complex networks.In addition to this, I am currently a lab demonstrator for undergraduate and masters students. I'm proficient in Java, Python, and R, with intermediate skills in C++. My publications can be viewed in the 'outputs' tab.