Following completion of my MSc in Advanced Computer Science at the University of Sheffield, I joined the Department of Computer Science as a researcher in the area of Human Computer Interaction, Data Visualisation and user interface development. I subsequently pursued my PhD, titled ‘Visualising Large Semantic Datasets: A generic, scalable and aesthetic approach’. My PhD thesis focused on applying interactive visualisations and User-Centered Design techniques to support exploration of large semantic datasets. I briefly worked in the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare as a research scientist before joining the Department of Computer Science in 2014 as a postdoctoral researcher to continue my research on large scale data analytics. I joined Sheffield Hallam University as a lecturer in Computing in September 2017, and subsequently joined the Information School in the University of Sheffield as a lecturer in October, 2018.