Admittedly new to the research game, my main interest thus far regards motion dazzle, or dazzle camouflage, and how such conspicuous patterning can, if at all, distort an onlooker\'s perception. A life-long fascination in military endeavours too supplements this interest, both regarding the naval origins of motion dazzle and its modern ground-conflict applications.
The University of Bristol has served as home for both my undergraduate and current postgraduate ventures. I graduated in the summer of 2015 with first-class honours in Zoology (BSc) and am now undertaking an MSc(Res) (research masters) with supervision from Dr. Nick Scott-Samuel and Prof. Innes Cuthill. The topic of the latter is broadly considering the effects of motion dazzle upon speed assessment.