Hello! I am a computational biophysicist with experience in minimal method development, elastic rods, liquid-liquid phase separation, research software engineering and high-performance computing. Previous: FFEA Group at Leeds, Collepardo Lab at Cambridge. Current: computational scientist at the STFC. You can get in touch with me at [email protected]. While you're here, please take a look at my CV and LinkedIn profile!

I’ve been producing music for 9 years, primarily soundtracks, electronic, jungle, ambient and chip music under the name ‘Vol Vadrex’. I release all my music for free, so please have a listen – and don’t forget to follow me on Soundcloud and Bandcamp!


The Sound of Max Everdrive

The Sound of Max Everdrive is my third album, a collection of ambient and experimental music written for the apocalypse by myself and M. Richard Talley. You can download it for free.

Posted March 24, 2020


Never Obsolete

  ‘Never Obsolete’, my second album, a compilation of music featuring old synthesizers and samples. From the quiet hiss of the Yamaha CS-80 to the crackle of a 4-channel Amiga module, Never Obsolete is a celebration of the old technology that helped to shape modern music. It’s also pay-what-you-want, open-source, and all of the proceeds go toward charities focused on archiving and preserving digital information and protecting software freedom.

Posted April 16, 2019


Fake Christ Teardrop Girl LED Star

cropped_fake_christ_teardrop_girl_led_star Fake Christ Teardrop Girl LED Star is my first album, released in mid-2016. It’s inspired by chiptune, demoscene and early synth music. It was written very, very sporadically between 2009 (2 years after I began writing music) and 2016. You can download and listen to it for free!

Posted June 25, 2016