An industrious and experienced problem solver, I have been part of multiple engineering design teams at University, most recently project managing my masters group design project which was awarded 1st place. I have a keen eye for innovation, balanced with a well practiced capability to deliver. At Rolls-Royce I implemented a £70,000 programme of reliability enhancement testing in under 10 weeks.
I am looking for freelance or permanent opportunities to apply myself on innovative and inventive projects.
I want to work with companies that make ideas happen. If that’s you, then get in touch.
Masters of Aerospace Engineering
University of Bristol
First Class Honours.
Davenant Foundation School
Davenant Foundation School
Graduate Design Engineer
Graduate design engineer within Dyson’s New Product Innovation team.
Product Design Engineer
Product designer for Inventors Alley, a product design incubator based in Bath. I developed conceptual designs for a number of products across the consumer technology sector to be released on Kickstarter. This work included producing ideation sketches, developing them into 3D Models and creating photo-realistic animation renders. I also built and tested a number of product prototypes.
Designed and developed a solution for a client with an innovative storage product idea. I devised new product features, produced CAD models and also built the prototype using 3D printing.
Developed a packaging range for a client in the FMCG industry. I undertook detailed user research and delivered a thorough packaging and manufacturing strategy across a number of food products.
A 10 week placement, working on the TP400 turboprop engine’s sensors. During my time I implemented a programme of Reliability Enhancement Testing (RET) for 6 of the engine’s crucial sensors. This involved selecting the units, designing the test programmes, liaising with suppliers and ensuring all the tasks were delivered on time. The placement also allowed me to broaden my technical presentation skills, which resulted in me leading important meetings with the Chief Engineer and numerous suppliers.
University of Bristol Students Union
Worked as part of a team to co-ordinate and deliver sports projects as well as leading a flag football course. Organised an 8 week course which involved designing posters, being responsible for marketing the course and also helping to coach the sessions.
Bristol Barracuda is the university of Bristol’s American Football team. I stood for committee at my first opportunity and I was elected as Community Relations Officer. The role involved planning and running charity events, coaching children and young adults, as well as handling all of the club’s involvement within the community. I then spent the next year as Web and Media Officer. In my last year of university I was elected as the club secretary, a key position in the leadership of the 100+ member club. I was an important part of leading the committee in their day to day responsibilities and focused on implementing a strategy for the long-term growth and development of the club.
Institute of Engineering Designers