Co-Founder and CEO of Photogram AI. Founded on the Entrepreneur First London 12 Cohort in June 2019 and have now incubated at UCL Innovation & Enterprise and are on the NVIDIA Inception AI accelerator, the London & Partners Business Growth Programme, and the Digital Catapult's Machine Learning Garage.
I am studying a part-time postgraduate research degree in Spatial Data Science and Visualisation at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at The Bartlett, UCL as the Bartlett Scholar. My research uses data science to measure the economic and social impact of art and culture in cities.
I am a visual artist in resident at the Public Sphere Salons in London. I use computer coding and generative algorithms to create works of art. I’ve spoken about my artwork at UNFOLD festival in October 2017 during Frieze week, and at the Public Sphere Salons.
Before this, worked at Sotheby’s auction house as Data Scientist and at ArtTactic as a Project Associate. I studied a BSc at the London School of Economics and a MArts the Sotheby’s Institute of Art. My academic interests intersect between economics, art and culture, design, computer science and technology.
I have a strong foundational skill set in statistics and applied economics useful for data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
I've studied data visualization at postgraduate level by applying cutting-edge techniques.
I have advised senior corporate stakeholders and cities on their data strategy.
I've have publicly spoken about the impacts of data science and machine learning.
I use my web design skills to build interactive websites and visualizations to communicate my message.
My work on the Alice Camera has given me expertise in managing the hardware development of innovative products.
I've have spoken at four public conferences about the impacts of data science and machine learning.
I've written 15 blog posts with over 150,000 views online. I've also publish one academic paper.