If something confuses me, I chase it until it makes sense. That’s pretty much how I got here.

Finding Google too big, I joined a startup called Onfido at the beginning of 2015. Since joining, we've raising $30M in funding to tackle the problem of remote identity verification – confirming that someone is who they say they are. Our partners include that likes of Uber, Deliveroo, JustGiving, and Mondo Bank.

I'm in Business Development, which means closing flagship clients and contributing to the strategic direction of our product. Recognition for our work has seen me speak at Parliament, attend the inaugural UN conference, ID2020, and participate in roundtable discussions with regulators.

Became the first person from my comprehensive school to study at the University of Oxford, where I read Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

Fulfilled my childhood dream of living in Japan, where I ended up working for a geisha in Asakusa, Tokyo

Made a global impact at Google as part of the EMEA Chromebook marketing team, and discovered the joys of yoga

Helped an audience of over 1,000,000 students seeking advice for university applications

Setup an online business aged 12 selling eBooks on Runescape, which helped fund my university studies

(Note: the image is a set of dragon armour)


Visited CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider, with the Oxford University Physics Society

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Climbed Mt. Fuji with friends to witness the sunrise at 4am from one of the world's peaks (sunrise above)

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Explored the headquarters of the world's technological giants in Silicon Valley: Google, Facebook, Eventbrite, among others

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