Chris is a Hampshire based scientist and photographer.
After attaining both a DipHE in Biomedical Science from the University of Wolverhampton and an MSc in Medical Microbiology from the University of Surrey, Chris (not one to rest on his laurels) undertook a PhD in collaboration with the University of Birmingham.
He is also a member of both the British Society for Immunology and a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science.
Despite the science, Chris has always had an artistic side. Music has played a large part in Chris’s life and he plays the guitar and ukulele.
Chris has also had a long standing interest in photography, which stemmed from his possession of a small, plastic 110 camera in the late 1980’s. Since then, Chris’s passion for still imagery has grown and has ultimately led to the formation of his photography company pSquared Photography.
Working as a postdoctoral researcher and running a small business leave little spare time for Chris but, should any be available, he prefers to spend it indulging his passions for music, motorsport, and brewing and drinking real ale as well as camping and geocaching.