About Me

I am a lecturer in the School of Computing Sciences at the University of East Anglia, where I am a member of the Graphics, Vision and Speech Laboratory. My main research interests are concerned with parameterising and synthesising faces, especially during speech. I am particularly interested in wider application of our work, for example the use of face models in psychology. More information about any of the projects I am involved with can be found on the relevant project page.

I teach on a range of subjects across all years of study. Topics include study skills, computer architectures, operating systems, image processing, and computer vision.

In my spare time I enjoy playing guitar, and I have a puzzle game on the iOS App Store called Mathemanic. The development blog for the app can be found here. With some friends I recently lauched a football site called Red for Dissent and we have an accompanying podcast, which you can subscribe to in iTunes.