Andrew grew up in Edinburgh, undergrad at Cambridge then a PhD and first postdoc up at Durham. A keen cyclist, photographer and field hockey player, he also plays a bit of tennis, squash, badminton, cricket, golf… basically any sport where you hit something.
BA and MSci: Cambridge, UK. PhD: Durham, UK.
Co-supervision of one masters student and three PhD students. Tutor for several years of the Durham University foundations of physics course, and have also ran workshops for a 3rd/4th year cosmology course.
Co-chair of DEX 2020 conference. LOC for a few UK conferences. Ran Twitter for EWC project. Organized outreach events in high schools and for the public. Journal referee for several astronomy and physics journals.
Galaxy clusters, strong lensing, weak lensing, the nature of dark matter, galaxy formation, gravitationally lensed gravitational waves.
Alan Martin Doctoral prize for the best PhD in physics (Durham University, 2018).