Currently I am an United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA) Aurora Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.  I work with the Planetary Surfaces group in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics sub-department.  My research interests include telescopic and spacecraft remote sensing of airless bodies like the Moon, Mercury and asteroids and laboratory spectroscopy.  In particular, I measure the thermal emission of analogue materials (terrestrial minerals and rocks, lunar soils, and meteorites) under simulated airless body conditions.  I am also involved in two active NASA missions to airless bodies Diviner and OSIRIS-REx.