I enjoy unpacking issues that appear invisible and intractable, and produce varied materials depending on a project’s needs. This can often be a report, but equally an academic publication, stories, articles or reviews.
As part of a project to develop novel methods of visualising genetic information I co-authored a peer reviewed paper. I have produced and edited two collections of short stories for Nesta and a fictional newspaper with intersecting stories and interviews and speculative products for Science Practice. I contributed to Ipsos MORI and the Wellcome Trust’s Public Understanding of Commercial Access to Health Data. My MSc thesis on Public Understanding of Big Data was read by cabinet office staff and led to my being asked to contribute to discussions on the Data Science Ethical Framework, and by the Science Museum for the development of their Our Lives in Data exhibition, where I am quoted in an exhibit. I write regularly for New Scientist on data, health, and science fiction.