I'm currently a Research Scientist at Google DeepMind. My research is focused on getting computers to learn accurate, useful and generative models of images.

In 2014 I was a post-doctoral researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge, and a member of the Machine Learning and Perception group led by Christopher Bishop.

I did my PhD at the University of Edinburgh, where I was a Carnegie scholar. My supervisors were Christopher Williams, Bob Fisher and Amos Storkey.

During my PhD I was also at Oxford University working with Andrew Zisserman, and at Microsoft Research working with John Winn and Nicolas Heess.

Since 2012 I have helped organise the PASCAL Visual Object Classes challenge. In 2014 I also helped run the MSc industry project programme at University College London.

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