I co-founded and am CTO at Wayve, a London-based start-up pioneering end-to-end deep learning algorithms for autonomous driving. Additionally, I hold a research fellowship at Trinity College at the University of Cambridge. I grew up in New Zealand, studied mechatronics engineering at Auckland University, was awarded a Woolf Fisher Scholarship, helped design the algorithms which fly the Skydio drone, before completing a PhD in computer vision and robotics at Cambridge University. My research has appeared at leading computer vision, robotics and machine learning conferences. I’m interested in building robots which can learn to do more intelligent things with less data.
News and Media
- September 2019: My PhD was awarded an ELLIS European PhD Prize and the 2018 BMVA Prize for best PhD Thesis.
- November 2018: After presenting Wayve to a crowd of 15,000 in Lisbon, Portugal, we were named PITCH Champions at WebSummit. See the post-ceremony interview here.
- May 2018: Wayve comes out of stealth and announces the development of end-to-end machine learning for self-driving [techcrunch, reuters]
- February 2018: my PhD thesis was approved after a viva examination by Prof. Andrew Zisserman and Dr. Joan Lasenby
- January 2017: I have been awarded a research fellowship at Trinity College
- December 2016: SegNet was published [techcrunch, fortune, cambridge]