I am a recent graduate with a masters degree in Astronomy and Mathematics from the University of Glasgow. I am about to embark on a solar physics PhD at the University of Glasgow looking at methods for combing through large data to identify features on the solar surface. This will be applied to the data obtained by the Daniel K. Inouye solar telescope when it sees first light in (hopefully) 2019. I have a passion for astrophysics and mathematics (particularly applied mathematics) and have dabbled in all areas during my study. I am most confident in plasma and stellar physics but I also have substantial knowledge in relativity, variational methods, instrumentation and cosmology. I am happy to help with anything that crosses your mind and I am more than competent at problem solving and teaching. I have taught mathematics and physics before at my high school and tutoring high school students. I have also tutored astronomy to students in their first couple of years at university. All of my students have had positive results.