Who is the tutor?
It all started at St. Dunstan’s College in Catford where I was first introduced to the wonders of physics, and I went on to the University of London, King’s College, from where I graduated with a joint honours BSc in Maths & Physics.
I spent almost 25 years working in engineering development at an international telecoms company. We designed and installed optical fibre communications cables under the ocean, and our products were at the cutting edge of laser and high speed digital technology.
I’m a good communicator and find it easy explain complex concepts. Since leaving industry in 2004 I’ve used this ability to tutor students in physics and maths and have done so successfully for over 10 years.
Sometimes it’s an advantage not to be a teacher, because I can bring practical examples of applied physics to help my students understand the principles. This approach has worked well.
I’m a member of the Institute of Physics, a Chartered Physicist and a Chartered Engineer. I have an enhanced CRB.