A recent Computer Science graduate from The University of Liverpool, passionate about all things tech, and love using the power of programming to solve complex problems, both individually and as part of a team.

  • Age 23
  • Location United Kingdom
  • Freelance On Request
  • E-mail
June 2023 - Present
Backend Developer at Codeweavers Ltd

Codeweavers provides retail solutions for the automotive industry. I work individually and as part of a team to meet client requirements in an agile environment.

July 2021 - September 2022
Placement Backend Developer at Codeweavers Ltd

Employed as part of my degree's placement year, I worked to put into practice University learned development methodologies, including extreme programming, agile and CI/CD. I achieved a 1st for this year of study, and gained significant experience working in C# and Angular whilst also seeing first hand the types of technology stacks used to power automotive retail solutions.

September 2019 - January 2023
Research / Tech Volunteer at MyPickle

Volunteering for an online charity search engine with the aim of making support easier to find and more accessible, I worked as part of the technology team to develop applications that support volunteers. Throughout my time at MyPickle, I researched, vetted and validated charities to post on their website.

May 2022 - Present
Crisis Volunteer at Shout 85258

Shout is a life-saving crisis text line that provides 24/7 support to people in a crisis. Following supervisor guidance, and an intensive 25 hour training course, I work to support texters and bring them from a state of crisis to a calmer zone.

March 2020 - September 2020
Coop Customer Team Member

Throughout this period I worked at two separate Coop stores, helping to maintain the general upkeep of the store, maintaining newspaper stock, handling cash, cleaning and generally assisting customers in a professional manner.

September 2019 - June 2023
BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Software Development at The University of Liverpool

Achieved a first class degree and also had the privilege to undertake various activities including

  • Vice President of Computer Science Society 2022/23
  • Social Secretary of Computer Science Society 2020/21
  • Peer Mentor 2020/21

Throughout my time in COMPSOC, I planned and orchestrated events for all Computer Science students at The University of Liverpool, including building relationships with local and national companies within the technology industry. Most notably, I hosted the societies 2023 end of year ball which was a huge success, lead the planning of a 100+ attendee collaboration between the Universities five largest societies, and also welcomed a talk from an innovative local MedTech company to talk about entrepreneurship and how technology can be used to enhance medicine.

As a peer mentor I provided support and guidance for first year students navigating the challenges of University life, helping them with both academic and personal challenges of life in a new city, and for some people, life in a new country.

Transferrable Skills

  • Project Management
  • Attention to detail
  • Communication and Interpersonal
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Problem Solving
  • Proficiency in Google Drive
  • Organisation
  • Flexibility



I am continuously exploring the various ways that programming can solve problems, from fun projects, to exploring how mundane tasks can be automated.


I don't like typical sports, but I love an adventure. On holidays I love to Ski, and have also enjoyed Scuba Diving in the past. More recently you will find me playing badminton, and also climbing walls at my local rock climbing centre.


Whilst finding the balance between my new work life and volunteering has been challenging, I'm keen to help organisations that work tirelessly to support others.


I am a forever passionate about learning new things, and exploring new challenges. Currently I am interested in expanding my knowledge of frontend design, in particular 3D animation with ThreeJS.